Dear Reader

Some of you may be familiar with a delightful series of books, Children's Letters to God. Among their short sentences and occasionally scrambled syntax, we catch glimpses of love, wonder, and utter faith—a mixture of innocence and remarkable maturity. (See page 12 in this issue.)

Of course, the idea of writing "letters to God" isn't new. Mary Baker Eddy, who founded this magazine, once commented: "If my own students cannot spare time to write to God,—when they address me I shall be apt to forward their letters to Him as our common Parent, and by way of The Christian Science Journal; thus fulfilling their moral obligation to furnish some reading-matter for our denominational organ" (Miscellaneous Writings).

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