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FROM HAND TO HAND
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"When a friend's husband passed on last year, leaving four college-age children, I offered her a subscription to the Sentinel. Since she began receiving it, she has often referred to 'the little books,' as she calls the Sentinel, and the help they have given her. This morning she called me about the February 13 issue, which she had just read and which included several articles about overcoming grief. She said, 'This [issue] has three articles that do me good. These articles make me go on with whatever I need to do.... It makes me feel good to know that [my husband] is going on and God has projects for him....' She said she... now finds herself praying all the time, even when she's in the barn doing her chores. 'There's only one way to grow, and that's closer to God. I just love this little book!'"
Peter A. Berg
Selfless love, unity, and immunity
Patricia S. Johnston
Finding a way out of grief
Annette Jean Hornstein-Janpol
FROM HAND TO HAND
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Finding meaning in the face of senseless tragedy
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy...
Steven N. Waller
From the time I was a teenager, I was faced with periodic...
Peter C. Vaughan with contributions from Christine Vaughan
My name is Garrett and I am in the fifth grade
Garrett O. Goldsmith with contributions from Bradford D. Goldsmith
I am so grateful to have been raised in Christian Science
Rachel A. F. Henderson