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TEACHING CHILDREN TO SOAR
Shortly after Donald McAlpine arrived in Britain from New Zealand, a teenage ballet student from Dublin also made her way to London. Phyllida Porter came to study under Harcourt Algeranoff in Anna Pavlova's ballet company. A few years later, two dancing careers and two lives lived with a spiritual core would intersect, and become intertwined.
As a new student at the Festival Ballet, Phyllida found out that Don, a more senior dancer, was also a student of Christian Science. Phyllida liked Don's "very approachable" manner, and when he joined the new dancers for a post-performance snack, she let slip to him that she was boarding with a Christian Scientist. The rest, as they say, is 50 years of history — of marriage and music, dancing and domestic duties, of a family raised, and challenges faced and overcome together.
with contributions from DANIEL OTIENO OKELLO, SALLY ALLAN, MARY MARSTON, VICKI KNICKERBOCKER, MELODY RAY CULP
If not age, what does define us?
PATRICIA KADICK, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from David M. Brown, Eric Gorski, Trevor Tompson
AGELESS AT ANY STAGE
BY JIM THURMAN
DETERIORATION ISN'T INEVITABLE
BY JEAN WHITEHEAD
BY VICKI A. TURPEN
PAS DE DIEU
TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY TONY LOBL
Lessons from the Rwandan genocide
BY ABRAHAM MCLAUGHLIN
TEXT AND IMAGES BY ASHTON JACKSON
Centered in Him
LOVE'S COMPLETE PROVISION
GOD FOSTERS EVERYONE
HELP AGAINST THE PULL OF SUICIDE
RESTORED TRUST IN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
A SURE HEALING METHOD
PROTECTED FROM INJURY
RICHARD PHILLIPPS with contributions from CHRISTINE PHILLIPPS