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The Sentinel could rightly be viewed as a kind of distribution center for the good news of present-day, scientific Christian healing. And because its readers are its contributors—and vice versa—it really is also very much of a family operation. One member quite literally helps to feed another.
A published testimony from a reader in Australia, for instance, may provide just the assurance of God's power that other readers need in Canada or Europe or Africa. And these resulting healings—if published—provide, in turn, yet another round of encouragement to another wave of readers. And so, like a steady beat, the rhythm of inspiration, renewed hope, and spiritual clarity, and of "signs following" goes on.
INSIDE: LOOKING INTO THIS ISSUE
Not helpless after all
Marjorie Russell Tis
"We have to have sonship first to have brotherhood"
with contributions from Ronald Haynes
Moving past the problem to healing
Loving, really loving, our neighbor
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Maybe you've asked yourself, "Should I try to write for the Sentinel?"
Michael D. Rissler
My earliest contact with Christian Science occurred when...
My family was introduced to Christian Science when I...
Noreen M. Pepperell
Having been a student of Christian Science for over twenty...
Charles C. Schueler