1. Alex Cavalli is a physicist, professional Bible storyteller, and consultant. He speaks to a wide range of audiences around the US on how modes of thinking—from science and technology to art, business, and religion—converge, as he says, "into a single mode of thought." Alex and his wife, Chris, live outside of Austin, Texas, and have four grown children. Read his Bible Forum article, "in the Service of Others." Page 10.
2. After graduating from the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma with a degree in English literature, Lynn Gray Jackson began her public practice of Christian Science healing. She became a teacher of Christian Science in 1994. In this month's issue, Lynn tells how a visit to a local pet store prompted her to think about how fear often controls our actions—even when what we fear can't possibly harm us! Read her article, "Face Animal Magnetism Fearlessly." Page
3. Elise Moore knows well what it takes to be a good Samaritan. Not only does she have a public healing practice, she also teaches and lectures on Christian Science. Additionally, she has served as a chaplain in a homeless shelter, assisted in organizing an after-school program for inner-city youth, and worked for many years with Spanish-speaking immigrants. Read her article "Spiritual Preparation and the Good Samaritan." Page 44.
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