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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 or Brazil, for instance, may provide just the assurance of God's power that other readers need in Germany or the United States or Zaire. And, if published, these resulting healings 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, spiritual clarity, and of "signs following" goes on.
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Dating and relationships (part one)
Mark Swinney with contributions from Julia Schechtman Pabst, Michael Pabst
Prayer that heals
Doing our part to defuse violence
Sharon Slaton Howell
They belong to God, not to a gang
Julio C. Rivas T.
Do you need more courage?
"Politics and the Darkness of Lying" by James M. Wall
Exposing evil as a lie
Richard C. Bergenheim
A letter to someone who'd like to be dating, and isn't...
Mary Metzner Trammell
For me, the most important thing I do as I pray is to place...
Carla Zamora Pera
Since learning of Christian Science and its healing and regenerative...
Walt Herrick, Jr.
In the past year alone, I have experienced many wonderful...
It was the night of my piano recital and I was getting ready
Christine DeSalvo with contributions from Kathy DeSalvo