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I firmly believe it's true: There is something special about a Christian Science nurse.
I've met people from all over the world who are Christian Science nurses. I've worked with them, made friends with them, been cared for by them, and watched them care for friends and family members. And I can honestly tell you that as a group, these people consistently express the most sterling of qualities—among them unselfishness, genuine care and concern, compassion, strength, hope, and especially a profound love for God and their neighbor.
The practical physical care these nurses provide is of immense value. But I think it's because of their commitment to living high and noble qualities that Christian Science nurses can see with spiritual sense—past fear, sickness, and hopelessness, to a place where they can shine the light of God's love for humanity. This, more than any other skill they possess, makes them the healers they are.
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with contributions from ALISON WEAVER, BILLYE PORTER, ROBERT STAEDEL, JR., DON MERRIN, MARY MARGARET STEWART, BEATRICE LABARTHE, MARK TEAGUE
STEVE GRAHAM, MANAGING EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Steve Massey, Richard N. Ostling
Giving evidence of God's presence
By Margaret Rogers
The healing mission of the Christian Science nurse
with contributions from EVA BOONE HUSSEY, LINDA BUMPUS, ROBIN TAMM-BUCKLE, DANIEL ABBEY
Why I am a Christian Science nurse
with contributions from Heather Worley, Michael Narssia, Suzanne Lovins, Pedro Manzenza, Everlyn Nyadenya, Joy Meikle, Betty Jo Hunt
She was there for me
Jan Kassahn Keeler
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NURSING—A CURATIVE ART
A BOOK WITHOUT COVERS
THE LITTLE I AND THE BIG UNIVERSE OF AUTOMATION
PRAYER WINS FREEDOM FROM A DEBILITATING ILLNESS