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There's Something In It For You—And Others
The First Church Of Christ, Scientist, was founded in 1879 by Mary Baker Eddy. Some years earlier, through her study of the Bible, she had discovered the universal scientific laws by which Jesus healed. She named this discovery Christian Science. Since that time, The First Church of Christ, Scientist—The Mother Church in Boston—has been the spiritual home to hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world who practice Christian Science.
The Mother Church and its branches are united in furthering the Cause of Christian Science, but separate in structure and in the roles they play in the worldwide Christian Science movement.
At home in church
with contributions from Eileen Detlefsen, Holley Halliburton-Link, Richard J. Jamborsky, Anietie Young Umanah
items of interest
with contributions from Diane Urbani, Nicole Morse
Church ... things better done together
By Richard A. Nenneman
A place of belonging, a healing ministry
A way to give back
Energized by feeling part of 'something'
A way to exchange healing ideas
Church is a way of saying, 'Yes!'
The right step at the right time
Churches without Walls
By Gloria Onyuru
Finding the church without walls
By Bill Dawley
E-mail from a Soldier in Iraq
Bible friends help restore happiness after a divorce
By Walt Rodgers
After the fire, the rebuilding begins
By Lori White
Supporting seniors—'Duty of action' required
By Sarah C. Nelson
Never beyond God's help
At peace—and healed
Lillian M. Albright
Prayer heals arm injury
Connecting for stability