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My gratitude for all the recent issues is much overdue. Whatever the topic, there is always a message that is just what we need. Our August 8 copy ["Cared for, watched over, protected"] seems to have gotten lost in the post, but I was so grateful that I was led to search out a copy at our Christian Science Reading Room.
The article "How I prayed for the lost Boy Scout" by Cosmo Coppola Rowell was wonderful. Jesus said, "Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not." What an example Cosmo is to us all. His desire to pray for anyone in need is the natural outcome of his understanding of God's care. What a lot we can all learn from this. Thank you, Cosmo, for sharing your healing practice with us all.
BASINGSTOKE, HAMPSHIRE ENGLAND
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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