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From the October 2008 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. Mike Hamilton served as a US Navy chaplain before launching into a teaching career in the Religion and Philosophy department of Principia College in lllinois. "Teaching, raising a family with my wife, Barbara, and serving as a Reader for Christian Science church services are the highlights of my life," Mike tell us. He also contributes articles to the Journal and Christian Science Sentinel.

Read Mike's Bible Forum piece "Paul—Prolific Writer." Page 10.

2. Gabriel Lumbadila encountered some of his life's deepest waters in a very dry and spare place—a refugee camp in Namibia. Forced to feel the Mobutu regime in Congo (then called Zaire), Gabriel spent the next two years with little to do but pray, read, think, and wait for an opportunity to start life anew. Today, his spiritual journey continues in Canada where he works for a private agency helping children in foster care have the kind of safe refuge he once sought. "Equal and Worthy in God's Eyes." Page 26.

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