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"What wonderful, healing love those Sentinel writers put into their work!"
A friend of mine, who is a high school teacher, has been assisting a deeply troubled student who was diagnosed with multiple personalities as a result of sexual abuse. While my friend was overseas, she asked me to "care for" this young woman. I decided to send her a Sentinel which contained ideas that seemed appropriate. My friend telephoned me on her return to say the young woman was totally different in appearance and demeanor and said that the Sentinel had "turned her life around." Other teachers, her mother, and even her counselor have remarked on the sudden change. The student is now able to continue her education, which had earlier looked unlikely. What wonderful, healing love those Sentinel writers put into their work!
Denise MelaneMarmong Point, New South Wales,Australia
To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Denise Melane, Diane Burgess, Larry Waters, E. T. Wolfe
items of interest
with contributions from Martha Barnette, Dawn-Marie Driscoll, W. Michael Hoffman
Straight talk on parenting
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INSTANT FATHERHOOD ... AND MICKEY MOUSE BOOKS!
Thomas Richard Mitchinson
FROM WORK TO WONDER BALL
A newspaper for parents
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There are no barren years
Beulah M. Roegge
When you're on the highway, what are you thinking?
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"Get out of here! This is my house!"
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Have you ever prayed to be healed?
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God—always there to help us
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World War II refugee finds help and health
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Arna Michalczak with contributions from Carolyn Gill
Injured hand and arm restored to full use
Joan W. Stewart
Abscessed tooth cured
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