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To Our Readers
Potential. Promise. Fulfillment. We would probably all agree that at least in some measure everyone has potential. That every life has a spark of promise. Many people, however, don't seem to achieve or even discover their potential. The promise isn't realized. Fulfillment can often appear to be elusive.
If you've struggled with any of this in your own life, you're not alone. Yet there is a way to cancel regrets about the past and to overcome the frustration of missed opportunities—a way to find fulfillment. The answer is a spiritual one—and countless lives have proved the practicality of this prayer-based, God-directed approach.
For example, I know a man who changed careers in mid-course and has found more satisfaction and purpose in life than he had ever believed possible. He is a Christian healer today, devoting all of his professional time and energies to helping others through prayer. I know a woman who got her commercial license to drive big rig trucks when some (including her instructor) thought she was past the time in life that it would be possible. This was something she had always wanted to do—for fun! And she did it. Now when she occasionally takes a truck on the road, there are countless opportunities to help and encourage others. Her example has been an inspiration.
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To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Donna S. Knuth, Virginie Milfort, Wendy de la Harpe
items of interest
with contributions from Gail Russell Chaddock, Randy Peyser, Mark Noll
What might have been
By Channing Walker
Are the two of you a good fit?
By Lorita B. Williams
"The future of medicine-and the medicine of the future"
Virginia S. Harris
You are not Eve's descendant
By Patricia del Castillo
God's line is never busy
By Laurie Toupin
... and this woman's beat goes on
By Marylou Churchill
Study hall: a place to PRAY
By Joan Sieber Ware
Prayer heals severe pain and weakness
Unjust arrest reversed; high fever healed
Mark Dimu Ngeri
Child turns to God and is healed
Jeffrey Ball with contributions from Pamela Ball
A lifetime of healing
Alice Manger Hofstetter
How well do you know your neighbor?
By Jan Kassahn Keeler
Marietta G. Lyon
Progress for women—without anger
Mary Metzner Trammell