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The following is one of a series of articles by young people who have in recent years become Christian Scientists. In these articles they explain how they became interested in Christian Science, what convinced them of its utility and truth, and how its teachings have changed their lives.
In my junior year of high school I began using alcohol and drugs—feeling all along this was wrong, though it seemed the "in" thing to do. Many of my friends took both daily, even before classes. We were desperately searching for more peace, happiness, self-confidence, and mental freedom, all of which drugs and alcohol promised. I didn't see, however, the concealed fallacy of those promises, never foresaw the evils resulting from their use: the instability, the self-centeredness, and, most of all, the aftermath of guilt.
Our individual peace efforts
DIANE TREW FUNKE
No devil in infinite good
Spiritual affluence and the price of oil
KEITH SHANK COLLINS
That first step
VIOLETTE M. LEE
Don't be a hemisphere
JANET RAE BEEZLEY
What does the Reading Room offer?
FRAMROZ DINSHAWJI KOTWAL
Predestined by Spirit
June McCleneghan Fowler
Communication and information
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Change of heart
Nathan A. Talbot
Craig A. Holch
When my mother was in poor physical condition and dreading...
M. Robert Hasterlik with contributions from Dorothy D. Hasterlik
After twenty years of membership in The Mother Church I...
Twenty years ago, as a new mother, I was frustrated by many...
As a grateful student of Christian Science for many years, I...
Lillian M. Cavallini with contributions from Joan Marie Bachman, Elizabeth Bachman, Joan MacWilliams