Why share the Christian Science magazines?

Dear Reader,

We have been hearing from readers about how you’ve shared articles with others. A reader in the Democratic Republic of the Congo offered an article to some classmates, and it sparked a conversation about coming to the Christian Science organization on campus. An American reader quickly emailed off an article on morality to someone from the Netherlands she’d met on a plane who had been asking questions about that exact subject. One of our Australian readers told us how she used the JSH-Online.com Share button to email over fifty copies of an article that had touched her heart, while also printing off copies to share hand to hand.

Technology has made sharing individual articles easier than ever. But what compels us to share an article? To start thinking about this, let’s look deeper into why we read the magazines. Are we reading them primarily out of duty? Or because our hearts are hungry for new ways of thinking, living, and sharing?

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July 1, 2019

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