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A MORE TIMELY SENTINEL
In responding to the events of September 11 and beyond, we found that the Sentinel's editorial, production, and delivery schedules could be accelerated permanently, providing readers a more timely and relevant spiritual perspective on an ongoing basis.
As part of this, beginning with this issue, the Sentinel is being delivered one week closer to its cover date, which is why this issue may have arrived a little later than the last one. From this point forward, the Sentinel will be delivered each week according to this new schedule. We are grateful that the Sentinel has been able to make these scheduling adjustments to become increasingly relevant.
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Random thoughts at Ground Zero
with contributions from Henry Anetor, Nancy J. Doty, Carole Dardamanis, Dinny McFadden
items of interest
with contributions from Berta Delgado, Tanis Helliwell, Michael Lerner, Mikal Gilmore, Muzaffer Iqbal
Thinking for yourself
with contributions from Ron Ballard
A war historian's spiritual perspective
By Jerry Collester
A pacifist's building block of peace
with contributions from Paula Green
If the future looks dark, trust God
By Lydya Gwakou
Race, identity, tolerance, and world peace—a life story
By Mayannah Dahlheim
Towers of strength
By William E. Moody
Traveling ... lost and tired? You've got a guide
By Elizabeth Weir
A late-blooming Pansy
By Beverly Graham
By Kim Shippey Sentinel staff
No "terrible twos"
Eczema healed and fear of storms overcome
Finding strength and freedom in Spirit
José Francisco Sanchez
Christianity and hate