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When I was thirteen a friend of my mother suggested we...
When I was thirteen a friend of my mother suggested we learn about Christian Science. I was enrolled in a neighborhood Christian Science Sunday School, and I will never forget the devotion of those teachers. The spiritual foundation I received in Sunday School helped set my course with God through life.
My first healing through Christian Science came after an overnight hike with a friend. I woke with a rash covering my body. I hiked home in pain. My mother asked me if I wanted the help of a doctor or of Christian Science. I chose Science, and my mother called a Christian Science practitioner. This occurred on a Saturday morning. By Monday I was back in school, completely healed.
I am grateful for all the healings I have received through Science, for Christian Science class instruction, and for the continual inspiration I've gained from the Christian Science periodicals. I would also like to express gratitude for the branch churches of which I have been privileged to be a member at various times. There have been times when I have been "pulled through" a difficult experience by the inspiration gained from Sunday services and Wednesday testimony meetings.
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Lonely at Christmas?
A letter from someone who loves you
Margaret H. Sullivan
Peace on earth? Goodwill toward men!
Stephen T. Carlson
Jeannie J. Ferber
Refuge, healing, and other miracles of grace
Christmas, a time of new beginning
Michael D. Rissler
Holding Snooky's hands
Kathryn Geraldine Rezek
About two years ago my husband and I were visiting a niece...
Pauline B. Wurster
I want to express my gratitude for the joy and peace and purpose...
Marian Ward Cates
I was not a Christian Scientist at the time my husband abandoned...
Regina Jean Connolly
At one time I wrenched my back while helping my husband...
Lillian F. Sillaway