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It's hard to put into words how grateful I am for Christian Science. . .
It's hard to put into words how grateful I am for Christian Science. It would be equally hard to describe how my life would be without it, because it has become so fundamental to me. One cannot really be "born" into Christian Science, even when his parents are students of Science, as in my case. But faithful teaching in the home and in a Christian Science Sunday School is a great value in helping a youngster become a Christian Scientist. This proved true for me.
Even though I was nominally a Scientist from childhood, my adherence to these teachings, as a young man, had to be thoroughly tested before I became a permanently dedicated, working Scientist. This came about when I fell in love with a good-looking girl who worked in the same office where I did. There was a strong physical attraction, but what we had in common really didn't go deep enough.
Loving the family
ELIZABETH W. GOAZIOU
Are we tending to our own affairs?
Esther M. Scheck Peterson
Rejoicing before the rain
BEVERLY ANN HAWLEY
Barbara Dix Henderson
Taking the fear out of difference
JOHN LEWIS SELOVER
Healing through the light of Truth
HAZEL TERESA COOK
GRANT C. BUTLER
A gift to a child
MARJORIE B. McKIBBIN
She kept on praying
Carole Ernest Shank
In gratitude for God's mercy
The public practice of Christian Science—for you?
Nathan A. Talbot
Lowell N. Cannon
College would have been a catastrophe for me without the...
I often look back with deep gratitude for my family's affirmative...
Clifford Kapps Eriksen
Growing up as a regular pupil in a Christian Science Sunday School,...
Susan Newbold Smith with contributions from Philip L. Smith
Letters to the Press
with contributions from Samuel R. Williams