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The Sentinel is introducing an occasional two-page spread that pairs an editorial from The Christian Science Monitor with one of its “A Christian Science perspective” articles. This new feature is called “ ‘To bless all mankind’ ” (see Mary Baker Eddy, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 353). It illustrates how Monitor reporting encourages readers to go beyond personal needs to recognize the operation of God’s law in the wider community and experience the fuller blessing of loving one’s neighbor as one’s self.
For some time now I’ve wanted to add my thanks for everyone who writes for the Sentinel, and for those who edit and publish it every week. It seems that each week the articles and testimonies speak directly to me and address so powerfully the world, local, and personal topics I’m praying about. I’m deeply grateful for the effort and love that goes into providing each week’s Sentinels.
Margaret Powell, Kay Zurcher, Marie Jureit-Beamish
The healing power of unselfed love
Can our harmony be invaded?
Growing spiritually, not just fixing a problem
God is not the shifting vane on the spire
Photograph by Russell Birch
Preparing my thought to serve
God is All!
By Noah, fifth grade, Missouri
‘I felt encircled in God’s love’
No ‘tares’—only ‘wheat’
Healed of alcoholism
Post-crisis, the world reconnects its dots
The Monitor’s Editorial Board
Globalization—its significance for all
Our love for Jesus
David C. Kennedy