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FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
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During my first years of college a lot of my friends hitchhiked. We took classes at other schools in our small city, and if the buses couldn't get us there on time we "hitched." Since everyone did it, I didn't think much about it. I should have been wiser—it wasn't a very bright thing to do, I learned.
A friend was graduating at a school ninety miles away. The scheduled buses wouldn't get me there, and nobody's car was available. I was determined to go, so my thumb was up right after daybreak, the morning of the ceremony. The school was a lot farther than the couple of miles I was used to hitching, but I was sure I could handle it.
"A man after mine own heart"
GORDON R. CLARKE
Learning to value the "small" things
MICHAEL D. RISSLER
Go ye therefore ...
Handling the "serpent"— the lie of evil
ELIZABETH BICE LUERSSEN
Retirement is opportunity
RUANNE Y. GENTRY
JOHN LINDSAY RENNIE
MARTHA J. HIME
with contributions from Sara M. Gallant, Rachel Melanie Gallant, The Editors, Sara Gallant
Restoring the body
CAROLYN B. SWAN
The motive behind the action
WILLIAM E. MOODY
Ask God first
Lois Rae Carlson
It had been a very rough year for my husband...
JUDY WOLFF with contributions from RUSSELL WOLFF
Some years ago I suddenly started receiving obnoxious telephone...
ROBERT D. STRANATHAN
Once my cousin was going to sleep over at my house and...
CANDACE BRADSTREET LEES with contributions from DANIEL E. LEES
The testimonies of healing in the Christian Science periodicals...
LINDA WAKE POULSON