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Our own niche
If you don't know where you're going—or even where you want to go, sometimes the best thing to do is to find out who you really are!
Something in human nature needs the assurance of belonging—of feeling that we have found our right place. But in this confusing world of top-speed competition it's often hard to know how we're going to find and establish ourselves. A constructive first step might be to come to an honest appraisal of who we really are and of what we can offer others as a result.
It's possible that some of us will be leaders, others will be followers. Some will initiate, others will be part of the support team. Yet as times change, so may our roles in the world. To develop a reliable base, then, we need to dig deeper than personal skills or education. We need to find out what our purpose or destiny is. And Christian Science provides firm guidance in this area.
Crime and individual safety
Sharon Slaton Howell
PROGRAM NO. 23 - "At risk—or at peace?"
Jacqueline Als-Schmit, Wanjohi King'ori, Patricia O'Brien, Milton Adler
God is our only Judge!
Deborah Skillin Dibble
Sandra Luerssen Hoerner
Our own niche
Carol C. Lindsey
Testing the discovery of Christian Science
Barbara M. Vining
FROM HAND TO HAND
S. N. C.
On the subject of angels
Renewing our energy
William E. Moody
I have strong reason to believe that the serious threat of mental...
Eloise Rodkey Rees
I vividly recall as a small child seeing my mother with...
Alice Logan Fisher
One afternoon my young son came home from school with a...
Nancy Kirk Tharpe
I have always been grateful that I was raised in Christian Science...
Richard K. Smucker