To our Readers

PEACEMAKING IN THE Middle East has been ongoing for decades. But negotiation and politics alone haven't solved age-old differences between warring factions in that region. More is clearly needed. And that "more" is prayer.

Originally, this week's Sentinel was going to focus on world hunger. With the heightening of tensions in the Middle East, however, we felt the need to join with our readers in support of world peace. So we're offering instead a recent interview with long-time US Army chaplain Lieutenant Colonel Ryder Stevens, who shares his rich experience in bringing comfort and hope to war zones in several areas of the world. You'll find his inter view, "Peacekeeping—engaging the world," on page 6. Also in this issue, look for Christian Science Publishing Society Manager John Selover's editorial on the Middle East, "Ishmael and Isaac," reprinted from  The Christian Science Monitor.

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