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From hand to hand
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.)
"As I was sitting at a coffee-shop counter one morning, the woman next to me said she noticed I was reading the Sentinel. She remarked that many of her friends had been helped by Christian Science and that she desperately needed help just then. Her son had been arrested the night before, and she wanted to help him and didn't know how. I mentioned the address of a nearby Christian Science Reading Room, told her about practitioners, and we talked for a short while. When she left, she asked if she might have the magazine I was reading, and I was happy to give it to her."
A standard for parenting
You can revise the past
Elaine R. Follis
Spiritual healing: proof of divine Principle
Steven L. Fair
Conversations with oneself
Marguerite E. Buttner
Always an unbroken family
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Finding beauty within
Divine Love is the Shepherd
Ruth C. Price
When I was thirteen I was struck in the face by a...
How truly grateful I am for Christian Science!
Becky Marsh Long
Christian Science was introduced to my mother at a time when...
Evelyn A. Dutcher
One night I woke so ill that I could not even get up
Jeanette C. Rice
My brother and I were enrolled in a Christian Science Sunday School...
Muriel Purse with contributions from Brian Leslie Purse, Julian Mark Purse
From hand to hand
The Editors with contributions from I. B. Y.