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Just about every week, as I read the Sentinel, I feel so grateful for the love and the vision that produce each issue. I really should write to tell you "thanks" more often, but there was no way I could not let you know how much I enjoyed the October 7 issue. I loved reading about the Navajo Code Talkers and the related articles on writing and illustrating the children's book about them. I have done some reading in the past on the Navajos, and am inspired by their spirituality.
Some readers have objected to the Sentinel's coverage of belief systems outside of Christian Science, but I applaud it. It gives me more opportunity to see how universal Truth is, and how it is expressed and practiced by others. It helps satisfy my yearning to feel a deeper sense of connection to all of God's children, which I feel makes me a better Christian Scientist. I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Cape Coral, Florida
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One father—one family
with contributions from Caron Cosden, Barbara Wilcox, Steve Green, Sara K. W. Bautista, John Stuart Smith, Joy V. Smith
items of interest
with contributions from Sentinel staff, Daniel P. Amos, Tricia Schwennesen, Albert L. Winseman
The family of Abraham
Marilyn Jones Sentinel Staff
Life lessons from a Rembrandt painting
Bible study... transforming lives
6 stories of protection in times of danger
Reported by Warren Bolon Sentinel staff
Business, chicken and PRAYER
Angels on the ski slope
Spiritual education—a priority
'The enduring, the good, and the true'
A new job, at my age?
The Bible and the Key to the Scriptures