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Reconsidering human events
The Christian Science Monitor
Had a rough year last year? Maybe it would be helpful to consider the events of this past year in a new light, so that we can avoid any disconcerting hangover of the old as we proceed into the new.
What I'm suggesting is a mental review of events based on a reevaluation of the evidence at hand. Are we justified in doing so? In finding an answer we might look to the life of Christ Jesus.
A way to begin
LaMeice Harding Schierholz
Learning to see
Kerry M. Knobelsdorff
How can we find time to do what we need to do?
Elaine R. Follis
Safe in the all-presence of God
Joanne Ward Humbert
Stirring winds of thought
Helen G. Hasler
Invitations to the plain of Ono
Rules + work + discipline = freedom
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Doris Kerns Quinn
Michael D. Rissler
Why honesty is important
Jayne Gamble Green
At one point in my life, walking became extremely difficult
James I. Barker
I was a young child when my parents began the study of Christian Science...
Elizabeth Greene Hardy
Every day presents the opportunity for thanksgiving
Marion Guess Price
God's healing power was first evident to my family more than...