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Freedom, revolution, and forgiveness
November 1989. Scenes of joyous faces atop the Berlin Wall struck many viewers, not as the soon-forgotten images of nightly news but as timeless views of history in the making.
Underlying the individual players in the German revolution, many felt the power of intangibles—the irrepressible yearning to think, speak, and live freely, the willingness to look forward and work to move ahead rather than to dwell in the past.
Robert J. Rowan
Perry W. Buffington
How many vessels can we fill?
Elsa Lobelos de Genovesi
Is your God able?
Charles T. Allison
All of us
Ethel Ames Baker
Healing the heart
Thanks, Miss Woodson
Judith Ann Hardy
The following experience occurred while our three sons,...
Frederick Willard Rush with contributions from Beverly Rush, Imelda Bibler
I became interested in Christian Science through a healing...
Last summer I went to drama camp two days a week
Karen Lynn Hughes
Christian Science has been the joy of my life, and there have...
Ruth Drake Zander