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FROM HAND TO HAND
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Walking on God's safety avenue
Martin K. Budu-Kwatiah
Our God-appointed mission
The time I taught "Religious Knowledge"
Johnson H. Hood
Understanding Life—a first footstep
Sam L. Hornbeak
"The evidence of things not seen"
William B. Schlismann
FROM HAND TO HAND
What is the task of medicine and healing?
Michael D. Rissler
More than twenty years ago I began to study Christian Science...
Betty Jane Holman with contributions from Betty Jane Rieder
At one time I was suffering from a painful illness
Two summers ago I received a call one day from my teenage...
Barbara B. McDonnell with contributions from James R. McDonnell
Through Christian Science I have found a closeness with...
Judy Elizabeth Auret with contributions from Robyn Louise Roberts