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Athletes have been winning and losing contests for hundreds, possibly...
Athletes have been winning and losing contests for hundreds, possibly thousands, of years. Despite advances in technology and training, today's competitors face many of the same questions as those of ancient times: How can I improve my performance without peaking too soon? How can I avoid injury both before and during an event? How can I deal with losing?
For people like Glenn M. Linden ("Spiritual lessons for aspiring athletes"), a spiritual approach to life and to training provides a stable foundation for performance. And as you'll read in "Conquering injury on and off the playing field," it also leads to healing. This God-oriented outlook frees athletes and nonathletes alike from the tyranny of past failures and successes to experience fully the spiritual adventure that is going on now.
Spiritual lessons for aspiring athletes
Jan K. Keeler with contributions from Glenn M. Linden
Conquering injury on and off the playing field
Keith Austin Wommack
with contributions from Jeffrey Howard, Lisa Jorgensen, Jorgensen, Carrie Gardner
Joan Sieber Ware
What keeps us safe
Does God really speak to you?
Michael M. Abrums
Hearing God's messages
Marian C. English
Letters to the Press
by Kim Shippey
The better choice*
Patti Lane Stevens
When there's a drop in crime, then what?
Olympic team spirit: something to watch for
Mary Metzner Trammell
When our son was seven, he started becoming crippled in all...
Judith Hardy Olson with contributions from Scott Hardy
I am very grateful for having attended the Christian Science Sunday School...
Carla Machado Flesch