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From the May 2006 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Working on this month's Deep Think article, admits Christian Science practitioner and teacher William H. Hill, felt a little bit like cheating. "I've been thinking and praying so deeply about these ideas within my own practice," he says by way of explanation, "that to get to articulate them for the Journal's readership almost didn't feel like work!" When Bill isn't pondering "Divine completeness" (p.28) and all its implications, you can find him walking his dog or enjoying a visit with his grandchildren.

When Kristin Serafini looks back on the experience she relates in "Upward bound," it's not weather or soggy sneakers she remembers. It's the awesome power of God. Says Kristin: "God's supremely powerful love for each of us is not dependent on temperature. It's with us no matter where we are or how dire the circumstances." Read more about this award-winning author and illustrator's mountain adventure on page 36.

I love what Jesus said about material possessions," says Contributing Editor Diane Dailey, who wrote this month about resisting the pull of the consumer goods in favor of spiritual joys (p.54). "He assured us that our needs will be met. But it's seeking God and His righteousness that results in feeling valued and valuable, satisfied and fulfilled." Diane is a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in Los Angeles, California.

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