Enlisted as ‘sentinels of Truth’

This article is adapted from audio. It’s from a recurring Sentinel podcast series titled “What is a Sentinel?” (see sentinel.christianscience.com/enlisted-as-sentinels). Here, Mark McCurties offers his answer to this compelling question.

A sentinel is someone who stands guard or keeps watch. Usually, a sentinel is a member of some type of military unit—perhaps a law enforcement agency. So, as I’ve pondered over the years what it means to be a sentinel, I’m certainly grateful for the brave men and women who unselfishly serve in those capacities in the name of preserving liberty and justice. 

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