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Several years ago I was distressed by a constant, detailed discussion...
Several years ago I was distressed by a constant, detailed discussion in the media about cancer. I was reminded of Mary Baker Eddy's words "The press unwittingly sends forth many sorrows and diseases among the human family" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 196). A study of the whole paragraph containing this sentence was most enlightening.
At that time I was busy with a full-time career, my husband and family, and much involvement with church activities. My daily study of the Bible Lesson would sometimes become no more than a quick read—a scenario for spiritual malnutrition, you might agree.
Overcoming the "conspiracy" of age
Margaret Coleman Brown Poyser
If helping seems a burden
James Marshall Fabian
We have never been out of God's loving care
Betty Elaine Rose
with contributions from Kath Cochran, Alisa Cochran, Bob Leigh
Praying for the world
Betty Beal Metzler
"... the beauty of holiness"
Moved on, not laid off
Richard A. Pearson
The Christian Science Reading Room: an amazing place
Joyce K. Marin
Why keep on forgiving?
Louis Edmund Benjamin
"Who teacheth like him?"*
Louise Clarke Harsch
When action needs to be taken, what action?
Things that are forever
Mary Metzner Trammell
When I was nineteen I became involved with a man in a relationship...
Laura C. Foskett-Ely