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A heart for community
It's natural to care deeply about community. Real love for family extends to neighbors—and overflows for the whole of society. This occasional column tells how a spiritual perspective has been helping Sentinel readers help others and make a contribution to healing some of the challenges facing communities today.
When last year's Southern Women's Show opened its doors in Nashville, Tennessee, in March, a new exhibitor was there—the Reading Room of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Nashville. The four-day event, cosponsored and highly publicized by one of the city's daily newspapers, welcomed some 38,000 visitors.
FROM THE EDITORS
When we care enough to pray
LaMeice Harding Schierholz
What we have in common—spirituality
Lizabeth H. Furst
Setbacks or spiritual progress?
Lucia Johnson Leith
Paul Cordingly Morgan
FROM HAND TO HAND
E. S. C.
The potential and possibilities of God's child
Before I began studying Christian Science in 1989, I was...
Nancy O. TaVoularis
Various individuals have found the Science of God in their...
About ten years ago a small lump developed at the base of...
Janet Ruth McCormick
With all my heart I want to give thanks for the rich blessings...