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From the February 2007 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. We may indeed feel overwhelmed by fear of nuclear warfare. But the antidote to this fear, says Scott Preller, lies within our reach because God's calming love for each of us is never absent. As a former Air Force chaplain and a current Christian Science practitioner, Scott has prayed deeply about understanding the Science of Christ to naturally bring peace. Read his article, page 28.

2. Contributing Editor Colleen Douglass has explored some of motherhood's dimensions through helping to raise three stepchildren, hosting numerous exchange students, and grandmothering her stepgrandchildren and ten Navajo children. Colleen says she finds the qualities of motherhood invaluable in her public practice and teaching of Christian Science (page 36).

3. "My mother introduced our family to Christian Science when I was five," notes Isahn Shoemake, a graduate of Principia College with a degree in sociology. Active in social work for the past 17 years, Isahn has also coached sports for young people through the college level and is currently training for his fourth marathon (page 38).

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