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"At work we are having some wonderful ongoing discussions about spirituality, finding so many areas of agreement and ways to approach problems through prayer."

When the Sentinel's special offer was made I sent a subscription to a man in a Texas correctional institution. I recently asked if he would like me to renew the subscription. This was his reply: "Yes, I would and so would several other men like to continue receiving the Sentinel! It is very well read on this dorm and is then passed over to another dorm. I do not know where it goes from there. I have had to exercise my 'right of first readership' as the men have come to recognize its Friday arrival. Thank you so much for extending the offer."

At an event in Austin where a Reading Room booth was present and Sentinels were given away, one of the volunteers who had objected to the new Sentinel format said, "Now I understand why the Sentinel was changed." Visitors to the booth were snapping up copies.

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