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Poem June 9, 1997 ISSUE
By the tender, all-inclusiveLove that is God,Every moment we are shelteredSecurely in the structure of Spirit'sSafe, warm abode of practical good.
Our home is theUndeviatingReflection of the one
June 9, 1997Contents
TO OUR READERS
with contributions from Laura Matthews, Judith H. Hedrick, Cynthia Alyce Neely, Marguerite E. Buttner, Richard C. Bergenheim, Beverly Goldsmith, Robert A. Johnson, Elaine R. Follis, editorial staff
How did heaven begin?
Elaine R. Follis
Safety in paradise
Peter James Wilson
Many sons and daughters, one Father
Thomas Richard Mitchinson
Working with young people in trouble
Robert N. Peaslee
Let's start singing
Annie Caroline Dupe
God's law: perfect and irreversible
Scholarship and religious faith
by Kim Shippey
Going beyond the comfort zone
Early one morning I set out on a bicycle ride
Susan Lea Condon
During midsummer 1995, I suffered from a severe ear infection...
William T. Piteleski
At a time when I was taking on some additional work, I leaned...
Rebecca M. Odegaard