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A HEART FOR COMMUNITY
It's natural to care deeply about community. Real love for family extends to neighbors—and overflows for the whole of society. This occasional column tells of how a spiritual perspective has been helping Sentinel readers help others and make a contribution to healing some of the collective challenges facing communities today.
For almost twenty years I was administrator of a school where many of the children's parents were professionals and were deeply interested in and involved with their children's education. Then I felt impelled to resign from that position. I became director of a different school and day-care center where most of the children came from substandard homes. Some of the parents were fourteen-and fifteen-year-old unwed mothers, alcoholics, drug and child abusers.
Expression, not depression
Kathleen Sue Markwood
Gaining a deeper understanding of God
Ralyne Nawman Robb
Healing through prayer
Nancy Hormel Reinert
Frowns and flatteries
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
No erasing the record
Michael D. Rissler
To be freed of what is considered a severe physical condition...
Roy K. Bottorff with contributions from Harriet R. Bottorff
In early childhood I was enrolled in a Christian Science Sunday School,...
Barbara Adams Larsen
Some years ago while I was measuring the dimensions of...
O. Lincoln Cone
Our family was preparing to return to our home from a vacation...
Jo Ann Gerber with contributions from Deonna Gerber