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Someone called our office the other day and said she just wanted to thank the staff for all that the Sentinel is doing for her and her family. She said she wouldn't know what to do without it, that on many occasions the Sentinel arrives in the mail just when help is needed.
As "Back and Forth" in this week's issue indicates, this reader's experience isn't unusual.
We thought about this recently when one of the Editors visited some South American countries and spoke with a number of people about a sister publication of the Sentinel, The Herald of Christian Science. The Herald is published in twelve languages other than English. The response to the Sentinel and the Herald in the countries that were visited was powerful.
Prayer: our chief weapon in the battle for truth
Praying our way out of trouble
FROM HAND TO HAND
So, you're in the middle of conflict. What to do?
Michael D. Rissler
Telling the truth
No need to pout
Mary Lou Durak
I am so grateful for the many blessings that Christian Science...
Donald Woodworth Shepard with contributions from Robert V. Shepard
I have been a student of Christian Science for many years...
Maril Lee Brubaker
Ten years ago, when I was suffering from deep depression,...
Ursula Agnes Bestier
Last summer I visited my sister
Hazel Hessinger Passage