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The Christian Science Sentinel was established by Mary Baker Eddy "... to hold guard over Truth, Life, and Love ...." This distinctly important mission applies to the print version of the Sentinel as well as to the Christian Science Sentinel—Radio Edition, which can be heard over shortwave worldwide and on many local commercial radio stations in the United States.
The program consists of interviews and features that look at a wide range of important concerns in the light of Christian Science. Also included are testimonies of healing and often a hymn. Shortwave and local programs are broadcast weekly. A compilation of segments is chosen each month for sale in Christian Science Reading Rooms as well as for individual subscriptions.
You can find program listings periodically in this magazine and in The Christian Science Journal, or you can visit a Reading Room to borrow or purchase a cassette. Subscriptions to the Sentinel radio cassette are available for US $96 per year (12 cassettes). You can order a subscription by calling 800–877–8400 in the US and Canada. In the United Kingdom, you can call 0800–96–0866 (Freephone). In other countries, call Customer Service in Boston, USA: 617–450–2000, ext. 2790.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
To Our Readers
with contributions from Vernelle Christensen, Jeane Gaddie, Karen Walsh, Joan Sieber Ware
items of interest
with contributions from Christa Pongratz-Lippitt, Jeremy Bransten, Valerie Weaver-Zercher
Your part in ending world hunger
By Bea Roegge
'Peace is the only way'
By Kim Shippey
What our horse taught us about trust
A love that doesn't disappoint
Bringing a healing dimenson to intellectual pursuits
Kathryn Jones Dunton
QUESTIONS THAT MAKE YOU THINK
Injuries quickly healed
Child's growth hormone deficiency cured
Help during childbirth
Help when child is choking
Alba L. C. da Silveira
Stubborn injuries—not hopeless
Jane Partis McCarty
Myths and truths about boys