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Who couldn't use more light, more clarity in a time of questioning? And if we are in the middle of our own search for light, it sometimes helps to hear the experiences of others who are finding "there ariseth light in the darkness," as the Psalmist describes it. This column records experiences that show something of the wide range of seekers and the way in which the light of Christ, Truth, restores, redirects, and regenerates lives.
I was seventeen years old when I first came across Christian Science. It happened on a remote cattle ranch along the banks of the Missouri River. My family had been in turmoil at the time, my parents were divorced, and my father had remarried and was living in San Francisco. In the summers he brought his wife to the ranch, and I got to know her as an intelligent and cultured woman.
During my first semester at college, I came to the ranch for Christmas. I got snowed in for nearly a month by a savage blizzard. Looking for something to read in the big house, I found a stack of Christian Science Journal's and Christian Science Sentinels. It dawned on me that the periodicals belonged to my father's wife.
Stick to your Principle!
Julie Crandall Foskett
Michael V. A'Court
Let good alone echo in your life
Joan Sieber Ware
A glimpse of light
Blake Elliott Windal
FROM HAND TO HAND
L. L. H.
Are you listening to the roar or to the angels?
Joan Tarplee Hess
At peace with God
William E. Moody
What determines how we feel and what we express?
I was introduced to Christian Science about fifteen years ago...
The Psalmist assures: "The Lord Shall preserve thee from...
Alfred J. Gemrich
I grew up attending a mainstream Protestant church
Ann B. Smith