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In her book, Grey Is the Color of Hope, Irina Ratushinskaya gives a moving account of her imprisonment in a remote Siberian labor camp. She was one of a small group of women housed together in a separate area called the "Small Zone," reserved for those considered especially "dangerous" because of their political views.
Starvation, humiliation, and isolation were employed to attempt to weaken the prisoners and break their resistance. Lies and enticing promises of reward were intended to sow distrust among them and to get them to inform on one another.
Back to the basic idea that we are all created in God's image
with contributions from Krister Stendahl
Learning how to defeat prejudice
Robert A. Johnson
"Into the Valley of Death, Good Will Brings Peace" by Christopher S. Wren
The glow of reflected light
Is it practical to rely on God for guidance?
Horacio Hector Colombo
Healing and "growth in grace"
Alice W. Cooke
I asked myself, Is this really me?
A Few years ago my husband and I were driving on a busy...
Mary Lee Dyer with contributions from Fred C. Dyer, Jr.
For many years I experienced mood changes each month...
Elizabeth P. Kellogg
"Spirit, God, gathers unformed thoughts into their proper...
Donald Dietrichs with contributions from Marilyn A. Dietrichs
My parents' first exposure to the healing efficacy of Christian Science...