Sharing Christian Science brings many blessings

A few years ago my grandmother was at a gas station in Kayenta, a town near Monument Valley on the Navajo Indian Reservation in northeast Arizona. She was there to sell one of the beautiful Navajo rugs she weaves. A kind woman from Michigan was riding her motorcycle through Navajo and saw my grandmother. She came over and visited with Nalii. (My grandmother is my dad’s mom and we call her Nalii in Navajo.) The woman bought Nalii’s rug, and she also shared Christian Science with her. 

Nalii read Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy and Christian Science magazines her new friend had given her. Nalii really liked what she read, and she shared Christian Science with our family here in Phoenix. Since then, my sister, Javona, and I have been attending Christian Science Sunday School regularly. And this summer was our fourth year to spend two fun weeks at a Christian Science camp.

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