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[Elizabeth Schaefer, “Wrapping our prayers around the immigration crisis,” Sentinel, October 7, 2019]
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Mental health: A new view

We talked about her spiritual identity. “Bipolar” wasn’t her identity.
I’m making an effort to prayerfully stand up for all young people’s right to feel safe and confident about their life.
Our loving Father never leaves His children in the dark.
Maybe you’ve heard the saying “Your prayers are too small!” To me, it has a double meaning.
Turning Points In Spiritual Growth
Social media is one of the most prevalent collective voices in society today, creating expectations for all aspects of life.
From Teens
It became effortless to talk with people, because nothing was holding me back anymore.
TeenConnect: Trending
Drinking was a big part of her social life, but when this writer discovered a deeper form of happiness than she’d ever found while drinking, she decided she might even be willing to give up alcohol. But how would her friends react?
Testimony of Healing
I had struggled for years with mental illness in the form of what I felt was suicidal depression.
Testimony of Healing

Paralysis healed

A little over a year ago, my balance and movement became seriously obstructed.
Testimony of Healing
I had traveled to Boston from New York to attend the Annual Meeting of The Mother Church and the related activities of the preceding weekend.
Inspired by page 502, lines 24–27, of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
We worship best by letting our lives attest our sincerity and sing God’s praise.
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