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There are so many tales of how people have found Christian Science. I’ve enjoyed each one I have read and heard. This one is different. It’s not deep, nor is it dramatic. Perhaps it’s amusing. I learned about being a Christian Scientist by reading a novel.
I was a small child at the beginning of the Great Depression. My family’s modest rental home was far on the outskirts of Indianapolis, and although my parents worked, times were difficult—even to the point that our car was repossessed.
About the author
Laurel Smith lives in Santa Barbara, California.
Carole Westman DaDurka, Racine Dews, Rosanne Wright Goacher, Anna Willis
Can hoarding be healed?
Ginger Mack Emden
'How many minds are there?'
H. M. Wyeth
Into the woods
Text and photograph by Craig Kronman
It's the thought that counts
The way will open
D' Onna Price
Healed through praising God
Van Driessen with contributions from Christine Driessen
Persistent prayer heals back pain
Flu symptoms gone
Freedom from stomach distress
Lincoln and a lesson in liberty