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The Christian Science Monitor
What does it take to remain confident of relief, despite persistent drought? To have an assurance of safety even when you live in an earthquake-prone area? To feel protected from any number of potential disasters over which humanity seems to have little control?
From a technological point of view, the tools don't exist. And faced with predictions based on geological or climatic cycles, hope can wilt like a parched ear of corn.
Loving God brings healing
J. Darrow Kirkpatrick
Fear—the bully we can always put down
Jane Partis McCarty
Paul Edward Gingell
An appreciation of Mary Baker Eddy's efforts for humanity
Lucinda Baker Greiner
We can praise!
Shirley Mary Nicholson
A marriage made in heaven
Robert L. T. Holcomb
What holds the world together?
Michael D. Rissler
Real truth for real people
William E. Moody
What to do when you're afraid
Linda Hitt Shaver
When our middle daughter was about four years old, we noticed...
Sara S. Farrell with contributions from William Edgar Farrell, Tracy Farrell
I have always loved Christian Science
Joy Harris with contributions from Richard William Harris, Jennifer Jane Harris
I am very grateful for Christian Science
Roberta Gayle Wennerstrom with contributions from Steven R. Wennerstrom