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A day of remembrance and assurance
Depending on where you live in the world, you may know November 11 as Veterans Day, Armistice Day, Victory Day, Independence Day, or Remembrance Day. It was on this day in 1918 that the guns on the Western Front in Europe fell silent after more than four years of continual battle. The armistice signed that morning brought to a close the "war to end all wars."
The conflict, now known as World War I, was ignited by the actions of a single assassin and spread until all the powers of Europe and much of the rest of the world were engulfed in its flames.
Church signs and maybe's
with contributions from Lorraine Stimac, Andrea Aschenbrenner, Suzanne Nightingale, Susan E. Omar, Richard Savarese, Jean A. Dace
items of interest
with contributions from Jill Callison, Ross Marowits
watching people grow in their faith
By Kim Shippey Sentinel staff
How faith-based Web sites respond to the growing demand for spirituality
By Sentinel Staff
Through a spiritual lens—TOURS, FRANCE
Toward a greater SAFETY
By J. Thomas Black
In the rapids—but not beyond God's reach
By Donna King Matthiesen
'All things are become new'
By Evelyn Brookins
Ready to forgive
By Lois Rae Carlson
The stillness of Your voice
In her true light . . .
Mary Baker G. Eddy
My proactive prayer about terrorism
By Beverly Goldsmith
A mother's prayer
The prayer that left no trace of injury
María Alejandra Rivero Estevez
Permanent freedom from bladder infections
Cynthia Guy McCallie