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The recent Sentinels are really "with it," and I salute your courageous coverage of current topics. I especially enjoy the personal stories and use of photographs of the authors.
Full marks for the September 29 issue on the theme "Seasons of spiritual renewal." I especially liked Sarah Brokensha's article titled "Spring thoughts from South Africa." As we also live on a farm (some 130 kilometers north of their farm), I was able to relate to their experience regarding the rain and water situation.
Then my October Christian Science Journal and October 6 Sentinel were in Saturday's post. It was a real joy to read the interview with Earline Shoemake (in the Journal) and then her granddaughter Joycelyn's healing in the Kids' Sentinel. I enjoy these family sagas and feel we get to know the contributors better. So a big thank you to one and all.
A grateful heart
with contributions from Jean G. Davidson, Ella Fianza Grande, Dee Mahuvawalla, Joan Taylor, Janne Curry
items of interest
with contributions from Terry Pluto, K. Connie Kang
Setting another place at the table
By Robin Hoagland
I lost everything—and gained much more
By Chere Canaris
By Jewel Simmons
The First Commandment: Start your day with God
By Meg Dendler
A Christian and a Muslim talk about Ramadan
with contributions from Lyle Young, Kayed Khahlil
It all started with teaching in an inner-city school
By Karim Ajania
'I ate the Bible'
By Roy Lloyd
Whale Rider—Two points of view
Tony Lobl, Jennifer Lobl
A government you can love
By Tad Weber
Prayer put me back in the race
The Word of God frees a young girl
Prayer proves reliable in an emergency