The only way a Church can go—or grow

Suppose you're a student of Christian Science and you believe something is wrong with one of the activities of your Church—the discontinuing of a program, say, or an editorial position of the Sentinel or The Christian Science Monitor, or publication of a particular book. Maybe your own branch church is doing something that has you upset.

What would be the most effective, powerful thing you could possibly do in regard to a concern of this kind? Wouldn't it be the same thing you would do quickly and with the greatest persistence if a family member needed help—in other words, wouldn't it require getting down to some serious praying?

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