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[Gloria Preston, “When a close family member was hospitalized,” Sentinel, May 11, 2020]
On the web: The JSH-Online.
Continuing The Conversation

Depth and healing

Dear Reader,
Of all the fears that nag at us, fear of the unknown can seem the most terrifying.

The harbinger of light

The darkest moments of our lives can be the harbingers of the greatest light.
For this author, dealing with the troubling, entrenched issue of racism begins with a Biblically-based question: Am I truly willing to love my neighbor as God does? An incident at her local police station gave her the opportunity to put this prayer into action.
A consciousness that acknowledges the power of God to supply everyone’s needs helps bring that good into individual and collective experience. 
TeenConnect: Q&A
When nothing’s going on, it’s easy to feel like you don’t have purpose. But this author offers a different take: Purpose isn’t dependent on external circumstances but is actually built in to who you are.
Testimony of Healing

Family freed from contagion

As the COVID-19 crisis deepened, I turned to Mary Baker Eddy’s short article titled “Contagion”.
Testimony of Healing
In the fall of 2018, after what had seemed to be only a slight back-pulling injury, my condition rapidly worsened.
Testimony of Healing

Thankful for two healings

I am very grateful for two healings I had during the past couple of years.
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When we remain spiritually awake and alert to God’s love, we are not easily mesmerized by the uncertainty of the times.
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