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From the April 2008 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. Christian Science teacher Allison "Skip" Phinney and his wife of 55 years, Janet, live in Massachusetts, where they raised their two children. Skip has a busy healing practice and also enjoys grandparenting five grandchildren—along with faithfully cheering on all of New England's sports teams, as he has since he was a young boy. Page 26.

2. Last fall, Sabrina Stillwell heard South African Episcopal Archbishop Desmond Tutu speak at the National Cathedral in Washington, Dc on "The Spirit of Reconciliation." One thing he said that especially stood out to her: "... the heart of the Christian gospel is reconciliation, at-one-ment"—humanity being at one with God, and each other." In her article "A Rule to Live By," Sabrina shares insights on how each of us can move toward attaining that very goal. Page 44.

3. In her years as a French teacher, Christine Driessen worked with young people from kindergarten age through college. Later, as an attorney, she represented young people in cases of criminal behavior, abuse, and neglect. Today Christine continues to work with youngsters as a Christian Science practitioner, lecturer, and teacher. Read her article "A Unique Sunday School." Page 50.

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