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I must write to you and say how much I appreciate the Sentinel. Kim Shippey's beautiful article ("A web sight to remember") in the November 1 issue ["God is my refuge"] has finally spurred me into action.
I could and should have written to congratulate you on the October 4 issue on the topic of obesity, and also on the October 11 issue ["No lost causes"]. Very shareable issues. I ordered extra copies of both.
I agree with the writer of one of the letters in the November 1 issue that the Sentinel does a wonderful job of reaching people where they are. Not everybody is on the theological road to Spirit. Many are traveling other roads. Some are coming in through the door marked "Science," and possibly most through the door marked "Medicine." I think the Sentinel does a wonderful job of keeping all those doors in everybody's everyday life wide open to Spirit. Christian Science is, above all, a practical Science, and must be shown to meet the needs of humanity, whatever people's creed, race, gender, or other category.
The gift of health
with contributions from Amanda Peters Beaworthy, Don Snyder, T. Jewell Collins
ITEMS of INTEREST
with contributions from Christie Storm, Sarah Hofius, Manish Pachouly, Charles Honey
you are EXEMPT FROM THE FLU
By Rosalie E. Dunbar
PRAYER OFFERS PROTECTION
FAITH WITH GOOD WORKS IN HAITI
By Marilyn Jones
By Kim Shippey
JOURNEYING WITH MOSES: A conversation with Val Kilmer
By Channing Walker
Angels at our side
By Dee Miller
Woven into a world-encircling love
By Michaela Von Burski
While his team practiced . . .
By Barbara Vining
By Kirk Jones
'Please unite us'
By Tom Black
Seasonal colds and flu subsided
Healed in the presence of God
My victory over childhood paralysis