Leaving the old for the new

As an old year yields necessarily and graciously to a new one, it’s not uncommon to leave previous patterns of thought and action to embrace freshly inspired ones. So it is with the magazine you’re holding in your hands. As a regular reader of The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel, and Herald, you may already know that the January issues of these periodicals will be sporting a new look in size, design, and layout when they appear in mailboxes and Christian Science Reading Rooms in the coming weeks. 

While we expect you’ll happily leave the familiar style behind to embrace the new one, what will not change is the uninterrupted flow of inspired content continuing to nurture your ongoing spiritual growth and practice of Christian Science. Mary Baker Eddy established these periodicals to inform, inspire, bless, and heal humanity down through the ages, and they have been fulfilling this sacred ministry now for well over a century—even while changing their outfits from time to time.

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