The question isn't always just what the challenges are. It's how we deal with them—that's what ends up counting most

This week's Sentinel wrestles with some of the problems confronting all of us, and felt keenly by many young people. Rosalie Dunbar shapes some thoughts about peace—and the nuclear threat. Amy Dunbar grapples with what she could do for the world while still tied to college obligations. Carolyn Ruffin and William Correll raise some pressing issues about God and man: how we relate to God; how we relate to each other. And Jane Glasser is speaking directly to you if you're dissatisfied with your work.

The editorials? They discuss life and death: questions relating to the origins of life, and the way out of mortality.

The testimonies find people praying for healing, and blessed with solutions.

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Peacemakers for the world
March 22, 1982

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