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More consistent prayer
The writer of "From the Editors" in the February 23 issue said, "One of the Sentinel's main goals is to encourage unselfish prayer for the world." Thank you. You are certainly meeting that goal with me. Over the past couple years, good intentions to pray and sporadic prayer for the world have been transformed into deep and regular prayer about international, national, and community issues. It feels so good to be part of the solution.
The print Sentinel and Sentinel Radio have been the single best instruments in nurturing and solidifying my change of habit. It seems like half the time the Sentinel topic for the week is exactly what I've been praying about, or want to pray about, giving fresh insights to my prayer. The other half of time the weekly topic and articles alert me to issues, trends, and ideas I wasn't much aware of, thereby broadening the scope of my prayers. Thank you for the deep caring, openness, and inspiration so abundant in every issue and every broadcast.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
Found in translation
with contributions from Ellen Austin, Susan Sykes, Ellen Moore Thompson, Janet M. Lytle, Mary Beeman
ITEMS of INTEREST
with contributions from Eileen E. Flynn
JOBS, JOBS, JOBS
By J. Thomas Black
There's a PLACE for you
By Sarah C. Nelson
I can be happy wherever God leads me
By Veronica Mikkelsen
STABLE employment through PRAYER
By Michael Taylor
Work with what God gives you
By Beverly Peake
HOPE —a light that brings healing
By Judith Hardy Olson
Jesus' triumph—and its fulfillment
By Barbara Vining
A desire in my heart
By Katherine DeGrow
Safe from sports injuries
By Beverly Goldsmith
A prism of spiritual gifts
By Shelly Richardson
South Africa sings a new song
By Kim Shippey
Prayer eliminates the need for Caesarean delivery
Gratitude plays a key role in healing