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SUZANNE MAYBERRY RIEDEL
Moments of Surrender
CHARLES MORRISON BAXTER
HELEN A. DEL NEGRO
"Thou shalt embrace a son"
Packing for a Trip
WANDA D. HUGHES
Changing Our Thinking
ROBERT JOHN ROBERTS
Freedom from Race Prejudice in Employment
WILLIAM EDWARD JACOBS
Helen G. Hasler
I Love to Pray
SYLVIA N. POLING
Churches Can Survive
Carl J. Welz
Heaven Is Now
Alan A. Aylwin
I came to this country as a young immigrant
Henry L. Holmberg
I owe my life to Christian Science and to the consecrated prayers...
Virginia Foxwell with contributions from Leota S. Gordon
One day after school I came home and was looking out the...
Wayne L. Hoffman, Jr. with contributions from Mary Brentner Hoffman
"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine...
Viola C. Gruenwald
When I was ten, my parents moved to a mountain ranch...
Jane I. Carlson