Staff editors at the Sentinel and Journal offer tips and insights on writing for the periodicals and sharing testimonies and articles with a worldwide audience.
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My first published article in the Christian Science Sentinel taught me a key lesson in writing for the Christian Science periodicals, namely: to aim for a single focused theme or concept.
The missions Mary Baker Eddy gave to the Sentinel and the Journal tell us a lot about the character of each magazine.