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Questions about Primary class instruction
Ever wanted to know more about how you can take greater advantage of Mary Baker Eddy’s unique system for “self-instruction in Christian Science” through the Bible and her book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures? Perhaps you’re already thinking seriously about taking Primary class instruction, but don’t know how to take that first step of choosing a teacher, or how you should prepare. If you’d like answers to these or other questions you may have, our sister publication, The Christian Science Journal is ready to help. Just send in your questions and we’ll be glad to gather and share some responses with you and all our readers.
E-mail your questions to JSHwrite@csps.com putting “Class Instruction-Journal” in the subject line.
If you’ve had class with a teacher of Christian Science, you already know the benefits, and, yes, even the challenges related to taking this step. Our continuing series in the Sentinel offers an opportunity for you to describe for others how taking this class has strengthened and supported you, and brought healing to your life. Your account can be short, long (we’ll trim to fit if need be), serious, humorous—but, most important, straight from your heart. We’d love to hear from you!
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
M.M. Bennetts, Carmen Louise Votaw, Carol Logian
On your marks...!
Kim Shippey, Senior Staff Editor
Spiritual participation in the Olympics
Completeness and fulfillment
Shining like stars
Prayer in a former war zone
Janet Cowgill Distel
The immediacy of healing
Betsie Ellington Tegtmeyer
Struggling with clutter?
Golf goals and God
'Pa' for the course
A debate deserving deep prayer
Disarming ethnic terrorism
Rely on spiritual reasoning
A healing support to family
Christians and Muslims working together
Returning to religious roots
Cathy Lynn Grossman
Healed after a trampoline fall
Pain stops; resentment toward mother fades
Where wealth and unselfishness meet