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Recently we had a letter from a man who had been reading the Christian Science Sentinel on a London bus. The woman who sat next to him asked what he was reading. He immediately offered the Sentinel to her. "Hmm, Christian healing," she mused, as she accepted the copy. "I could do with a bit of that!"
Increasing numbers of people in the world are expressing similar sentiments. In the last few years, a steady stream of deeply moving letters has begun arriving from those finding for the very first time the scientific Christianity shared by the Sentinel.
But, at the same time, Sentinel circulation (and that of The Christian Science Journal as well) has declined markedly. New orders have sometimes been up encouragingly but not enough to offset losses of subscribers. Expenses, on the other hand, have risen drastically for postage, paper, and printing.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
with contributions from The Editors
Restoring hope for the environment
with contributions from Glen Lauder
FROM HAND TO HAND
B. J. C.
Prayer and natural disasters
Thomas C. Asher
"Isn't he like his Father!"
Barbara R. Banks
Cross-bearing, spirituality, and healing
An honest investigation of Christian Science healing
Brooks changes course
Leslie Cavill Haslam
As a youngster I came into contact with Christian Science and...
Hendrika Adriana van der Horst-Moulijn
When I was eleven years old, my mother was healed overnight,...
Carolee Hayler Thompson
Christian Science was introduced to me at a time of great...
Brenda Hylton Evers
Shortly before I was born, a neighbor gave my mother a...
Carolyn Wethe McFarland