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At age seven I was enrolled in the Christian Science Sunday School,...
At age seven I was enrolled in the Christian Science Sunday School, which I attended until the age of twenty. But I was not yet studying and practicing this teaching, something I now know is imperative to our growth in understanding Christian Science. Shortly before my marriage, I completely left the Church of Christ, Scientist. For a while I attended another church and also took up smoking and drinking. When ill with influenza, I had medical attention.
However, when our daughter was three years old, I wanted her to go to Sunday School somewhere. Without hesitation I enrolled her in a Christian Science Sunday School. Thus began my own comeback to Science, for I attended both Sunday services and Wednesday testimony meetings at the branch church. I felt drawn to this church through the love and steadfastness in Truth expressed by its members. I was one of those Mrs. Eddy speaks of in Science and Health (p. 570): "Millions of unprejudiced minds—simple seekers for Truth, weary wanderers, athirst in the desert—are waiting and watching for rest and drink."
ELEANOR YOUNG CLAPP
Why did they do it?
BRYAN G. POPE
"Man is not a pendulum..."
Learning from the resurrection
MICHAEL WILLIAM HAMILTON
Deep, inner peace
ISABEL F. BATES
Did you say, "Going downhill"?
AYLEIN ECKLES KONRAD
Good of undiminishing value
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
How I prove Christian Science
As a lifelong Christian Scientist, I have had many...
GAIL JORDAN TOUSEY
Friday I had a spelling test
BRENT MIDYETT with contributions from CHERYL S. MIDYETT
Some time ago I was thrown from my bicycle while going downhill...
HELMA KESSEL with contributions from HERMANN KESSEL