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Only one choice
Students, homemakers, laborers, business people—we all need to make individual choices. Collectively (as committees, churches, governments, or nations) we also face choices. What direction should I go in my career or other activities? What course should governments take? What policy should one's own country develop and pursue in relation to established countries and developing nations? How should my church serve the community?
At many levels, the need to make intelligent choices is pressing. All too often, the knowledge necessary for making these decisions does not seem adequate, and people appear to be floundering on a sea of circumstance.
Only one choice
ROBERT H. SCHOENFELD
Solve your problem from a spiritual basis
ROBERT JOHN ROBERTS
Awake to reflection
DOROTHY P. SEAGREN
The right questions
THOMAS C. ASHER
Intelligence is of God
LARNED L. TUTTLE
ITEM FROM THE PRESS
with contributions from editor, Music professor
Receiving the children
JON GIB HARDER
Joy and peace—"fruit of the Spirit"
WILLIAM E. MOODY
The "off-limits" house in the meadow
Mary McWilliams Johnson
About a year ago, I noticed that our sixteen-year-old...
BONNIE LYNN DAVIS with contributions from ERIN E. DAVIS, DONALD PETER DAVIS
I had to make a decision about school a few years ago
MARK H. BAKER
About twenty-five years ago our young son drowned on our...
NINA D. INGALLS
Before I was led to Christian Science, I had many ills