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I vividly remember attending my first Christian Science church service almost five years ago, and the wash of love that came over me when we sang this verse of the "Communion Hymn" by Mary Baker Eddy (Christian Science Hymnal, No. 298):
Mourner, it calls you,—"Come to my
Love wipes your tears all away,
And will lift the shade of gloom,
And for you make radiant room
Midst the glories of one endless day."
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To Our Readers
with contributions from Marianne U. Buddington, Patricia Wilson, Kari Fitzer
items of interest
with contributions from Jan Jarboe Russell, Charles Colson, Lisa Collier Cool
So, what's next?
By Warren Bolon
TIME OF UPHEAVAL, TIME FOR PROGRESS
R. William Alderson
Developing the creative Spirit
Interview with artist Virginia Bailey By Kim Shippey
A devastating frost ... and the harvest that followed
By Evan Mehlenbacher
Peacefully resolving conflict: a firsthand experience from the Vietnam War
By Beverly Goldsmith
Find work that you love
By Clifford Kapps Eriksen
Too many problems?
By Barbara Beth Whitewater
Chest pains eliminated
Recurring nightmare ended; painless childbirth
Ingrid H. Peters
R. Jonathan Peters
Injured arm restored to full use
Priscilla R. Holzworth
"Put 'em in their place"
By Helen Tucker Parnell
Living alone? Treat yourself as a guest
Barbara M. Vining