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Old jeans, fair trade, and the Golden Rule
Next time you put on your favorite pair of jeans, try thinking out from that familiar blue-denim enclosure. In those cotton jeans there's a lesson in the practical meaning of love.
For nearly two decades following its 1898 launch, the Sentinel published a page of national (United States) and world news. The May 21, 1904, issue contained this blink-and-you'll-miss-it news item about—you guessed it—cotton: "Three-fourths of the cotton in the world is produced by the United States."
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
When love comes full circle
with contributions from Huuegret Fischer, Wycliffe Adams Odhiambo, Lois Pratt, Paula Zima, Doris Shaffer
ITEMS of INTEREST
with contributions from Nicholas K. Geranios, Leila Fadel
My neighbors—sons and daughters of God
By Lyle Young
'I value your life'
By Ben Clark
DETOUR for prayer
By Mark Swinney
Good neighbors in a crisis time
By Janis Hunt Johnson
From Saigon to Boston
By Marilyn Jones, Senior Writer
SIX MONTHS LATER ...
George Washington Glover
The parable of the good Samaritan
A LETTER TO NICK'S DAD
with contributions from Michael S. Berg
Golf legend Bobby Jones
By Kim Shippey
A Church for the whole world
By Olaf Dietz
Images that rend, and those that mend
By Channing Walker
Prayer quickly heals injuries from a fall
Created for God's good pleasure
Loubert Milani, Jr.
Swelling of hand healed through prayer