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Strengthening our churches by strengthening one another

From the November 1992 issue of The Christian Science Journal

In families, at school, in our workplace and community, we have continuous opportunities to learn more about working together. And we discover that working harmoniously with others is not just pleasant; if it's undergirded by a heartfelt love for God and man, it's strengthening and progressive.

This is true in church work as well. To the degree that church members love God and feel genuine love and appreciation for one another, working together with joy and cooperation, the church as a whole will be strengthened. It will be a vital, progressive, healing church.

Every branch Church of Christ, Scientist, has been established for this purpose of bringing healing to its community. When members are working together in their commitment to the true purpose of Church, their church is a force for healing in its community.

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