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A context for healing: family
I Grew up in a family that was familiar with God. By that I don't mean we did a lot of talking about Him. But God was a given—a presence for good. We felt He was there, always, a consistent, spiritual fact of our lives.
Once my dad was very ill, and my brother and I had to go stay with our grandmother. Dad was studying Christian Science, and he chose to be cared for through prayer and treatment from a Christian Science practitioner. Grandmother said it was serious —pneumonia—but Dad was healed, and in a week my brother and I returned home.
Perfection: a present fact, a step-by-step proof
Joan Sieber Ware
No "dangerous inheritances" from our divine Parent
Beverly Bemis Hawks DeWindt
Does it really matter that I exist?
Suzanne B. Soulé
Donald A. Wells
The ever-presence of good
Peter B. Vanderhoef
Stranger at the gate
Michael D. Rissler
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Nancy L. Robison
"Be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by...
Jeanne Elsie Kennedy
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Alex Harbur with contributions from Meredith T. Harbur
For almost seventy years I have relied completely on Christian Science,...
Mildred M. Cairnes
When I was a little girl I used to ride my bicycle up to a...
Mary Michelle (Shelly) Shelton with contributions from Byron Lee Shelton