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When you write for the Christian Science Sentinel, your contributions play a vital role in fulfilling its mission. And that mission is so important to humanity! The comments of Mary Baker Eddy, who established the Sentinel, show how distinct its mission is. (See "Something in a Name" in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 353.) And the motto she assigned to this magazine is also quite specific.
The possibilities of guidance for the writer packed into the Sentinel's mission statement and motto are rich! A writer can ask, for instance, "How does what I've written help the reader follow Christ Jesus' command 'Watch'?" "How does my article illustrate what it is 'to hold guard over Truth, Life, and Love,' as Mrs. Eddy says the Sentinel is intended to do?" "How does this article embody the stirring spirit of a prophet and the tenderness of the shepherd standing watch over the flocks?" And "What can I do to bring out the joy of those who watch for the bridegroom as well as the vigilance of the householder who knows what hour the thief will come?"
Watching today's kids, seeing who they truly are
Ralph Hollingsworth Clarke
You think you are a victim—think again!
Prove them wrong!
Robin Jagel Berg
Who is your model?
Grayce G. Young
Letters to a Sunday School pupil: the Ten Commandments
with contributions from Your Sunday School teacher
In the midst of challenges, seeing God's presence
Robert A. Johnson
Freely sharing your insights of Truth
Lacy Bell Richter
Seeking an experience of the sacred
William E. Moody
How can you pray about ethnic strife?
Mary Metzner Trammell
Jennifer Ball Wolf with contributions from Robert C. Wolf
I was born and raised in a Christian Scientist family
In August 1993 I spent a few days with some Parisian friends...
Corinne Isabelle Poncet
My husband was alarmed when I cried out, "I'm all right
Patricia C. Annis