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Our help for the hungry
Many countries and individuals have poured out their treasure and talents to ease the terrible human suffering in Africa. But worldwide, as well as in Africa, the complex, immense problem of hunger is far from resolved. Obviously, the efforts of all caring individuals are needed. But we may not know how we can be of help other than to send contributions or volunteer time. Are we convinced that only human effort can end starvation? Is this conviction based on fact or on widely held beliefs?
As necessary as human efforts unquestionably are, could it be that the world needs even more the practical spiritual understanding that underlay Christ Jesus' solution to hunger? Perhaps a new help we can give today is a willingness to consider and even pursue that understanding.
The Christian Science Monitor
Gather spiritual fruits in times of need
Thelma Shipman Schroeder
Working things out
Patricia P. Wilson
Love and justice
Donald W. Kydd
He knows where we are
Written for the Sentinel
The no-ending song
Keeping calm at exam time
Frances L. West
Letters to the Press
with contributions from Heidi F. McWharf
Spiritual healing and a willing response
William E. Moody
Something more than expediency
Michael D. Rissler
In the winter of 1980 my younger brother committed suicide
Marjorie Ann Coeyman
A chest X-ray taken for admission to college did not give me a...
My wife and I had set aside funds for our children's college...
Richard L. Wagner
For almost all of my life I have been a student of Christian Science
Edith B. Horrocks