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FROM A BRANCH CHURCH
A new momentum for sharing Christian Science
Distributing Christian Science literature is one important way that our church has found to meet our community. We've learned over and over again that it brings the healing message of Christ, Truth, to the hungering and thirsting heart.
In the past our church had a fairly active committee that shared the Christian Science Sentinel, The Christian Science Journal, and The Herald of Christian Science in a number of places. But our activity had dwindled to just three members and only a handful of locations. In 1987 our committee realized that we had to go further in bringing the message of Christian Science to our community and that the literature distribution committee had a role to play. But the question was, How?
We began with prayer and with study of the Bible, the writings of Mrs. Eddy, and the Christian Science Hymnal. As we prayed and studied, we sought a deeper and more active understanding of the Word of God, of the necessity to be active here and now in our work and to trust truly in God to direct our actions. It wasn't long before we found—and were ready to supply copies of the Christian Science periodicals to—some forty-five locations, and the committee grew to seventeen members who were willing to supply these locations with literature.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
Prayer and peacemaking
Kathryn H. Breslauer
"I felt the crew should hear these words"
Joseph G. Heard
The healing power of unselfed love
Eric F. Thacher
Love for the world
Hannelore F. Fuchs
Christ: the healing and saving idea
Edmonde L. St. John
Is it too late to be God's child?
Michael D. Rissler
Prayers for wise leadership
Shortly after I became a student of Christian Science, I...
William W. Milburn, Jr.
My heart sings with gratitude for Christian Science
Nicole R. Chapman
I will always be grateful that I was raised in Christian Science...
Ellen Mary P. Voss