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To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Joyce Milgaard, Donald R. Simmons, Jeanette Roche
Hope sings louder than the aging blues
By Beulah M. Roegge
Patrick L. Flavin
The humor connection
By Joyce E. Batchelder
Are people your problem?
By Thomas O. Poyser
"The rock of my refuge"
By Eva-Maria Hogrefe
I put my hand in God's and didn't let go
By Laura Colvin Matheny
Seeing with corrective lenses, or with the correct lens?
By Donald R. Rippberger
Response to The New York Times Book Review
From Gary A. Jones, Manager, Committees on Publication, The First Church of Christ, Scientist
Ruptured disk healed through prayer
James F. Lynn with contributions from Gwen P. Lynn
Healings during college and graduate school
Raymond David Burkhart
Prayer removes unsightly growth
Meg Greer Simko
Choking overcome; freedom of movement restored
Henry G. Rutledge, Jr.
By Molly Mary Virginia Larsen
INTEGRATING SPIRITUALITY INTO THE WORKPLACE
with contributions from Jennifer Faith Lawrence, William ("Scotty") McLennan, Marguerite Rigoglioso
Maximize your life potential
Mary Metzner Trammell