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Conversations on healing
Daily newspapers. Television specials. Signs in front of churches. One doesn't have to look far beyond these to realize there is an increasing willingness among Christians to turn to God for healing—not only healing for emotional troubles and mental anguish but for physical illness as well.
Numerous prayer groups committed to healing meet in private homes. Churches of various denominations have incorporated healing rites into their Sunday services, while others hold regular weekday healing services. There is a growing recognition that prayer and one's relationship to God shouldn't be neglected in the search for healing.
Sons of God—now!
E. Merritt Weidner
The mustard seed
Drugs—does paradise come in a pill?
Judith H. Hedrick
Beverly Jean McCreary
The sustaining power of moral courage
Marcia Page Wiesendanger
A whisper that is "as when a lion roareth"
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Lessons learned from reflections in a lake
E. Margaret Osborn
As a child, I visited different Protestant Sunday Schools and...
Josephine May Kornichuk
Christian Science has shown me how to turn to God in prayer...
Forbes Smith Robertson
At one time I developed a stiff and aching shoulder
Margaret Ann Young with contributions from Robert M. Young
I have had many healings through the study and prayerful...
John C. Barker