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As you are well aware, people have concerns these days about the quality of life going downhill, about people losing contact with people, about answering machines talking with machines giving automated sales pitches, about the loneliness and emptiness of the late twentieth century. But the community of Sentinel readers surely doesn't fit that stereotype. You are people who still care extremely deeply about the important issues. You communicate, you write letters, you write articles, and you are staying involved.
This two-way, people-to-people communication is the kind that helps us all during challenging times. One reader says that for her the Sentinel provides a meeting place where ideas and experiences can be shared by a worldwide family in a special way. That's just how it seems to us too.
It all depends on your perspective
Harriet Barry Schupp
Truth that overcomes lies
Notes for a law lecture (undated, probably...
How God's great love becomes provable in business
Animation and zeal
Muriel E. Clawson
George R. Plagenz
Just when you think God's kingdom is pretty remote...
Michael D. Rissler
When we can't see it, could progress be going on?
What Richie found out
Mary Lee S. O'Neal
I Was eight years old when my mother was told about the...
Christine Mary Sturrock with contributions from Iain A. Sturrock
Recently I was trying to gain a better understanding of true...
Darlene F. Sweet
One day, in the summer of 1986, I began to suffer pain in my...
Nancy Earl Collins
Over the summer of 1989 I experienced a wonderful healing...
Tiffany Fielding with contributions from Stephani L. Fielding