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To Our Readers
Some issues aren't easy to write or speak about for a public audience. But when the need is so great, the results are surely worth the effort. One of these hard issues is domestic violence. As you're reading this magazine today, there are homes and families in almost every community that are threatened by violence from within. You may know one of these families.
Yet in some of those same homes, something else is quietly taking place. The families are praying together. Even though they have suffered violence, they are turning to God. The redeeming influence of His love is being felt. And, as in this week's Cover Story, some are finding real healing. Such spiritual healing is profound, powerful, life-changing. It's the direct evidence of God's grace; it's the result of understanding and applying the laws of God in one's experience.
To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Don L. Griffith, Maylis Rath, Emily Bennett
items of interest
with contributions from Del Jones, Gregg Easterbrook
A marriage—after domestic violence
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOYCE AND PAUL MARIN
Barbara Martha Baker
- EXCERPTS FROM THE CHAPTER "MARRIAGE" IN SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES BY MARY BAKER EDDY
Not yet, God. I'm still talking!
By Thomas Richard Mitchinson
Happiness—yours to give
By Lois Rae Carlson
Lonely no more
By Michelle Boccanfuso
Yield to God's will, not to peer pressure
By Ralph W. Emerson
A man of faith
By Stephen Graham
Schizophrenia healed through prayer
Aftereffects from accidents quickly overcome
R. William Alderson
Child healed following a fall
Barbara D. Trapp
Abdominal pain eliminated
Celeste Oakland Jenkins
Business + ethics = success
By Judith E. Cole
Fear-proof your future