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Annual Meeting 1977
Again this year, in accord with Article XIII, Section 1, of the Manual of The Mother Church by Mary Baker Eddy, reports from the Field for Annual Meeting are warmly invited. Of course, not all reports submitted can be used, but it was felt that last year's Annual Meeting was enriched by the wider application of this Manual provision.
Annual Meeting 1977, which will be confined to one day, Monday, June 6, will explore the deeper dimensions of Christianity. Material submitted need not be confined to the single theme, but the Annual Meeting Planning Committee is particularly looking for illustrations of Christianity made practical by scientific demonstration, and of success in making our Manual-provided church activities more effective. These contributions may be: —Talks of about 500 words by individual members, including Sunday School pupils. Please include concrete examples of the application of Christian Science.
—Reports of about the same length from branches and college and university organizations.
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A Timeless Healer
BEVERLY BEMIS HAWKS
THAT WHICH ABIDES
World Peace—Our Part in It
Are We Waiting for the Waters to Be Troubled?
AURELIO J. COLTRI
Red Dragon—Symbol of a Lie
ALICE WILT STRAUSS
No Separation in Spiritual Reality
CYRIL ALEXANDER BARBER
HOME IS HEAVEN
Helen Bonnell Butt
Three on a Date
William Marshall Fabian
Elaine Helps Gary
Wendy Louise Stevens
Prayer Heals Chills and Fever
Perfection and Healing
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
Mary Baker Eddy begins the Preface to Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures...
Rosalie M. Cantello with contributions from Albert E. Cantello
A few years ago my husband and I found ourselves in extremity,...
Dorothy Jane McPhee with contributions from Kenneth Hufford
I had been exposed to Christian Science in childhood and had...
Christine Q. Hedrick
Letters to the Press
Robert B. Hazelett