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From the April 2007 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. Bob Press believes that when we focus on the spiritual nature of ourselves and others, we're playing a significant role in helping to end terrorism. A former correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor and author of two books (The New Africa: Dispatches from a Changing Continent [1999], and Peaceful Resistance: Advancing Human Rights and Democratic Freedoms [2006]), Bob shares his thoughts on peaceful solutions to world problems, page 23.

2. "I love the joy I feel whenever I rise above a problem to see the healing adjustment that comes from my prayers," says John Quincy Adams III. A Christian Science practitioner, teacher, and lecturer, John has been relying on the uplifting forces of Spirit to meet every need since his Sunday School days, when he first began to learn about God's healing power (page 35).

3. When the result went against her hopes in a committee decision at her university, Professor Annette Kreutziger-Herr first considered resigning. But through prayer, she gained a transforming insight. Read her article, "Not My Will ..." to learn how a potentially rocky situation was beautifully resolved (page 44).

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