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From the March 2009 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. Dedicated to finding creative ways of helping students learn, Deanne Lawrance cofounded The Learning Project in the Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts, in 1974. This community school continues today. Two decades later, she founded a Learning Project in her hometown of Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Read Deanne's Bible Forum article, "What Do You See?" Page 10.

2. Janet Clements spent her early career in the arts, first as a university graphic designer, and then as creative director of a home-and-garden magazine. While a mom with three young children at home, her love for humanity led her to dedicate her full time to the healing arts as a Christian Science practitioner. Later she became a Christian Science teacher. A native of Texas and now a resident of Chicago, Illinois, Janet writes regularly for the Christian Science print and web media. Read her article "Through a Lens—Clearly." Page 32.

3. "If we want to move forward, we can't hold on to old ideas," Earline Shoemake says, referring to branch church activities. "Mary Baker Eddy is our inspiration—there was nobody more in step with the times!" Raising a brood of four as a single mom in southern California, Earline began advertising her public healing practice in 1974, and became a Christian Science teacher in 1994. Read her no-holds-barred interview, " 'Don't Hang Back!' " Page 41.

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