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The Sentinel is meant to be shared. And these days it's going far beyond church walls. In a world that is increasingly hungry for spiritual meaning, the Sentinel is vital food. Here's how our readers share it. Each month we'll tell you about what happens when readers either give or receive a copy or a subscription. (Let us know your own experience. We may be able to use it in this space.)
"When I was a young wife, my mother-in-law gave me various family hand-me-down treasures over the years. She always included a box of Christian Science Sentinels. I knew nothing about Science, had never known any Scientists. The articles made such good sense, I found I could always turn to a Sentinel and find comfort and an answer to my problems. The best gift a mother-in-law ever gave a daughter-in-law, a gift of God's love!"
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Man's destiny: bioengineered or divinely evolved?
Marilyn Kay Bland
William S. Warren
Robert L. McCollom
Can distance separate united hearts?
Robert R. MacKusick
Condition of progress
Marietta G. Lyon
"Plenty of employment"
Thomas H. Fuller, Jr.
What we see and what we get
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
The desire for holiness
William E. Moody
70X7 (See Matthew 18:21, 22)
Patricia P. Wilson
It would be very hard for me to imagine what course my life...
Gilbert F. Donatelli, Jr.
While I was growing up, I was a regular pupil in a Christian Science...
Patti Lane Stevens with contributions from Jeffrey S. Stevens
In 1940, after he had consulted two doctors, my husband...
Bernice S. Harris with contributions from Lester L. Harris
From hand to hand