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Back AND Forth
a dialogue with readers
Confessions can have a powerful effect. Last year the Editor revealed that he didn't subscribe to the Sentinel. (See the inside front cover, May 29, 1989.) Well, it wasn't quite as bad as that sounds. You see, the subscription coming to their home was in his wife's name. The column went on: "But slowly the light dawned that in order to support fully the Sentinel and The Christian Science Journal and other publications of The Christian Science Publishing Society, he needed to be subscribing in his own name as well as contributing and praying. Now he is (you probably saw this next line coming)... and he hopes you are too!"
We got some interesting responses.
Love more and take off the mask
Letting the Christ heal us
Julio C. Rivas T.
Walking loose in the midst
God's care is constant
Patricia O' Brien
His shining light
David Littlefield Horn
In the search for healing...
Change and inevitable progress
When I was introduced to Christian Science, my three boys...
Victoria Kalush Ford with contributions from Lucas Ford
Two winters ago, when my wife and I were vacationing in...
James I. Barker
Christian Science has been enriching, benefiting, and giving...
Lynne Cook with contributions from Charles E. Cook