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Parents, prayer ... and more prayer!
The Christian Science Monitor®
My daughter spilled her juice again the other day for what seemed the millionth time in her two years. As I cleaned it up, I found myself mentally calculating the number of months it would be until she was safely lodged in kindergarten.
But then I caught myself. Was I thinking that her entry into school would mean less responsibility on my part? "No!" I thought at once. "Not if she is anything like her brother." Her brother, a second grader, is happy at school and has done well academically. Yet, like most other children, he has his day-to-day run-ins to work out and his share of social adjustments to make.
Whom can you depend on?
Ralyne Nawman Robb
When a teen-ager talks suicide
Written for the Sentinel
Correcting mistakes of the past
"The sweet amenities of Love"
Elaine R. Follis
God's image is ageless
What would I have done?
Carolyn D. L. Hewitt
Truly universal care
Michael D. Rissler
Finding consistency in Christ
God's love is like the rain
When our son was a toddler, we noticed that at different...
Angela Longshore Wohlfarth with contributions from Paul Morgan Wohlfarth
My husband attended a Christian Science Sunday School during...
Jane Heim Logan with contributions from James W. Logan
I am grateful for God's care for my family
Carol Ann Poole
I would like to share some beautiful healings our children had...
Florence T. Bowles