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Bringing spiritual insight to bear on our education—no matter what level of study we are engaged in—will broaden and deepen our knowledge and understanding.
When our children were well into their teens, it became possible for me to take university courses—something I'd wanted but hadn't been able to do earlier.
Even though I was happy about this, I was assailed by fears and doubts. Would I still be able to learn? What would our children say if I didn't get the good marks I'd always expected of them? Would there be time, in view of my other duties, to complete assignments successfully?
"What I learn in prayer I use to encourage the students"
with contributions from Angela Inglis
Ducks, decoys, and spiritual healing
Feelings: separating the tares from the wheat
Hugh Pendexter III
Confiding in God
Brian D. Talcott
The unlearning experience
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
God will make it plain
Don't forget your fan!
Judith Ann Hardy
I was looking for my dad and got my finger caught in a door
Sarah Fabian with contributions from William M. Fabian
My introduction to Christian Science came in 1896 when, at...
Gail B. Thornton
It has been quite a few years since my last testimony appeared...
Vicki Rae Knickerbocker