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from the Editors
A member of our staff was telling us about taking his family to a harvest fair and celebration at a local homestead farm a few weeks back. Apples, pears, pumpkins, fresh-squeezed juice, hayrides, a country music foursome, and all the things that go with harvesttime on a farm were included.
In the Northern Hemisphere, September through November is traditionally the season for harvest. This issue of the Sentinel looks at harvest—the gathering of good—in a way that is relevant all year round, in a way that blesses and heals. Also, the Sentinel this week takes special note of Thanksgiving and National Bible Week in the United States.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
from the Editors
Cultivating the capacity for joy
Joyce D. Wethe
The Bible—a record of healing
Amy K. Anderson
The terms of consent
Susan Booth Mack
"The harvest truly is plenteous ..."*
Gratitude—bringing His love full circle
Nancy Ree E. Staal
The Christian Science Monitor
Richard C. Bergenheim
The Bible: book of hope
Mary Metzner Trammell
The Ninth Commandment: a call for self-restraint
Barbara M. Vining
Nicole Hornstra (fifth grade)
When I was introduced to Christian Science by a friend, I...
Catherine June Sullivan with contributions from Joe Higgins
Relying upon the healing power of God is the most deeply...
Robert L. T. Holcomb
One morning I woke with severe pains in both knees
Joy Knight Smith
In 1970 some boys with whom I was unacquainted left a...
Emilia F. de Monteverde