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It was a family rule: being the youngest in the family, Eric had to empty the wastebaskets once a week on all three floors of his home. One time, as he was doing his chore, Eric found out he could be a Christian Science practitioner.
He heard a cry coming from the dining room and ran to see what had happened. His mom was on the floor with her head in her hands. Above her the heavy wrought-iron chandelier, with its pointed end, was spinning tipsily.
With tongues of angels
ROBERT A. CHARBENEAU
Small change—big difference
BRUCE C. JOHNSON
The Christian accent
Use it or lose it
WALTER CARTER BUTLER
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
Taking our cue from Spirit
"Hang up, error. My line's busy!"
MARGUERITE McCULLEY ARMSTRONG
FROM THE DIRECTORS
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Do we need to improve?
Love maintains the church
CAROLYN B. SWAN
Udai B. Hoffberg
Since becoming interested in Christian Science...
VIOLET E. G. WOOD
In January 1982 there was a lot of talk about the flu, and how...
BRAD HILL with contributions from ELEANOR KRAHL HILL
I am continually grateful that my parents took up the study of...
HAZEL B. CHRISTENSEN