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Our series of special sections highlighting trends in various parts of the world continues in this issue, with the focus on Brazil. It can be encouraging to see how people in different cultures and countries, often under hardship that isn't so apparent in one's own country, are demonstrating great spiritual vitality. Brazil is the burgeoning giant of South America, and scientific Christianity has a significant role to pray there in the coming decade.
As Marian English makes evident in her article "The immediacy of spiritual healing" and Elaine Natale shows in her editorial "Scientific Christianity and advancements in healing," there is nothing dated about Christian Science. It is at the leading edge of human thought, in a world where thinkers are increasingly reaffirming the sheer practical necessity for moral and spiritual development to solve world problems.
Praying to love our cities
Edna Mary Watson
Making a difference in our world
DeAnn Patrice Wolf
The immediacy of spiritual healing
All good to all nations
Alessandra P. Colombini
Mental emancipation through the power of God
On what do we base our decisions?
Lilian Saraiva de Lacerda Costa
Scientific Christianity and advancements in healing
The development from egocentrism to spiritual love
Michael D. Rissler
Among the many things for which I have to be grateful to...
Denise Gentile de Peyon with contributions from Luiz Alberto Silva de Peyon
I recently had an experience which made perfectly clear to...
Leide Aparecida Lessa Jordão
At one time I had a yearning to pray about a specific world...
Rebecca MacKenzie Odegaard
"Shepherd, show me how to go / O'er the hillside steep."...
Peggie Case Paulus