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A quick healing
The Editors of the Sentinel hear from kids and grown-ups all over the world. It's interesting to know of how Christian Science is an important help to them. Feeling close to God isn't only for when you're sitting quietly at a church service or just when you're in Sunday School. It's for everyday stuff, too. Like the time Parker Imrie and his dad were carrying heavy bags of groceries up the stairs. Here's part of a conversation with them, as they tell what happened in their own words.
Dad: How do we get groceries in this big city?
Parker: Well, we drive around to the store, and we get all the stuff we need.
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Perpetual middle age—or spiritual renewal?
Kathryn V. Wood
by Andrew H. Malcolm
The blessing of redemption
Do you have a "security blanket"?
The vigor of God's man
Horacio Hector Colombo
Tasteless salt? Endless savor
Allison W. Phinney
Christ Jesus, the consummate Teacher
It was the last day of a three-day course in white-water kayaking
David Christian Smith
I do not want to "withhold a tribute"
Cora J. Gibson
My gratitude to God for Christian Science is unbounded
Walkyria Franco Tolezano