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About our cover THINKING IT THROUGH
Do we really have too much to think about?
When we began "thinking it through" together last July, we talked first about ethics and people's reawakened interest in living by solid values and a moral code. Later we looked at the injustice of homelessness and how prayer has the capacity to bring to light the refuge of home wherever it may be needed. And in the Sentinel issues since then, we've covered a lot of ground in learning together more of what it means to be pray-ers and healers in the world and for the world. We've dealt with the so-called "big issues," but often, too, with today's personal and family issues that can loom large, as we do in this issue.
It's clear, of course, there's no lack of things to be "thought through." But we felt it was time to pause and let you know that the informed prayer, right reasoning, and spiritual sense which everyone is bringing to this work are making a difference.
INSIDE:LOOKING INTO THIS ISSUE
How do we show children we love them?
with contributions from Kay D'Evelyn
Being faithful to what we're entrusted with
God's governing truth heals
Leigh Russell Daugherty
"I've lost my job!"
William Barton Verrall
How gratitude can help
The power of unity
William E. Moody
An absolutely sure guide
One night when I was thirteen years old, I woke up and...
James Spencer Sarpong with contributions from Berchie Thomas Kwame Sarpong
One day at the beginning of junior high, as I was just getting...
Aspen Hatch with contributions from Mary Elizabeth Hatch
It is out of gratitude for God's loving care that I submit this...
Robert L. Bozeman
While in college I suffered with warts and corns on my feet
Celeste O. Jenkins