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I DIDN'T GROW UP in a "full gospel" church.
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"EVERY WEEKDAY EVENING, the networks give us news in prime time.
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Nicky Cruz Vulnerable to God

Meet the man whose life story was the subject of the film The Cross and the Switchblade, and whose autobiography, Run, Baby, Run, has sold over 12 million copies and has been translated into 43 languages. The Sentinel visits Nicky Cruz and reports on his ministry, which focuses on America's inner-city youth.
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They're people who think about church in terms of hearts touched and lives healed. They're moving beyond the worship of a building that someone once called "the edifice complex." And they're helping change the face of the church in the new millennium.
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The author was on the way to church, partly to seek help through prayer about a disturbing business relationship. And healing took place—before she even got there.
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Back home for the holidays

A Christmas story in which the greatest gift came from a person with empty pockets.
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'Your purpose is to shine . . .'

"What I want most is God's approval," explains Kathryn. "After all, He's the creator. It's His work I'm doing."

—KATHRYN BILD

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"We all want to know that our purpose is worthy of respect.
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In her true light . . .

Following the opening of The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity on September 29, the Sentinel continues printing excerpts from the collection of newly published writings.
SENTINEL WATCH
YEARS ago, shortly after my sister began her first year of college, she was strolling carefree across campus with an acquaintance.
Testimony of Healing

A father thanks God

One year, shortly before Christmas, it didn't look exactly rosy for our family as far as the holiday was concerned.

Testimony of Healing

A quick, decisive healing

One Saturday morning I was playing soccer, and while I was defending the ball, I jumped and twisted my foot and fell down.
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Saki Mafundikwa worries about his wife and three children in Harare, Zimbabwe.

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