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I love the Sentinel, especially the pictures. I just received the December 27 issue with the picture of the little child jumping in the waves at the beach. The child has a look of such pure glee and happiness on his face that I couldn't wait to open this issue and read it! The new format makes it easier to share with friends, and I can still fit it in my pocketbook and carry it with me everywhere I go. My gratitude also goes out to all who contribute the wonderful articles and testimonies, as they inspire and uplift my daily life.
Kathie T. Barnard
Since my retirement, I have heard this phrase used too often: "Oh, ex cuse me, I am experiencing a senior moment." It's an attempt to be humorous about forgetting something—with the indication being that maturity leads to decaying faculties.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Kathie T. Barnard, Don L. Griffith
items of interest
with contributions from Ted Halstead, Monica Seaberry
Men talk about resisting sensuality
with contributions from Joel Magnes, Bobby Lewis, Nathan Talbot
INNER STRENGTH TO REJECT SENSUALITY
Nathan A. Talbot
The best protection anywhere
By Ronald Gray Walker
Are you getting to be "that" age?
By Judith Haugan Ryan
A love letter, of sorts
By Ivamae S. Hawley
Listening and learning
By Kim Shippey
See God's child, not a bully
Stephanie S. Johnson
with contributions from Saya Signs, Fujiko Signs
Healing precludes need for surgery
Christine M. van der Beek
Soccer injury quickly healed
Divine inspiration brings freedom from flu
Sandra J. Rygel
Prayer heals head injury
Another trouble spot, or another opportunity to help?
By Helen Bonnell Butt
What really makes you attractive?
Mary Metzner Trammell