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How a veteran journalist found healing solutions to newsroom pressures and conflicts during TV new's 'Golden Age'
WHEN I WORKED at the New York headquarters of CBS News, as a radio and television news writer, my job was challenging and exciting. But there were definite downsides. At one point, I wanted prayerful help for some frustrating situations in our newsroom, so I went to the office of a Christian Science practitioner.
The practitioner sat there quietly smiling, listening to my woes. And then he asked me, "Do you love your work?" I thought, What a strange question!
About the author
Allen Coleman lives in Edison, New Jersey.
with contributions from NANCY KRAUSE, MARK DEGANGE, PAT SEGARS, ANNA WILLIS, JOY OLDEMEYER
Following His lead
INGRID PESCHKE, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Bill Sherman, Kim Shippey
THE RACE BEFORE US
BY BRAD JONES
OUT OF PRISON AND WORKING FOR GOD
BY MARCIA ROSEN-KEMP
BY ALLEN COLEMAN
ON THE ROAD TO SOLVING POVERTY IN AFRICA
BY DANIEL OTIENO OKELLO
FINDING THE HOME THAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU
TRULY PRACTICAL SAFETY
BY JAMES SHEPHERD
FILL US TODAY: a simple prayer
God was directing Jessee and me
WHAT MAKES A KID 'ADVANTAGED'?
DIVINE SOLUTIONS TO LIFE'S PUZZLES
TURNING TO GOD LEADS TO STABILITY IN EMPLOYMENT
DARREN G. MACKAY
GROWTH IN BREAST HEALED THROUGH PRAYER
A RENEWED SENSE THAT HEALING WAS INEVITABLE
JOHN C. BARKER