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From the June 2009 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. Christian Science practitioner and teacher David Robertson said he was struck by the international nature of the early Christian church as described in the book of Acts. "This continues with the worldwide nature of the Christian Science movement," he added. "The Church of Christ, Scientist, including its activities of healing and teaching as well as branches and groups all over the world, is truly a church without borders." Read David's Bible Forum article "Pentecostal Spirit—Natural Today!" Page 10.

2. One night in Abu Dhabi in 2000, Wendy Winegar and her husband, Rich, tuned in to The Mother Church Sunday service online and heard the First Reader say, "Welcome! And to our guests on the Internet, Salaam alaikum. "To hear 'Peace be upon you' in Arabic blew us away. We so much wanted to have a church life again." They soon landed in Park City, Utah. "I felt I was in church heaven," says Wendy. See "Teaming Up to Serve Church and Community." Page 12.

2. Right after graduating from college, David Kennedy became a Christian Science practitioner. "I've been learning ever since the depth of Christianity and spiritual understanding needed to be a healer," he says. David also served The Mother Church during the 1980s in various capacities, including as staff editor for this magazine. He now practices Christian Science from his home office in Naples, Florida. Read David's Deep Think article, "The Love That Frees from Sin." Page 30.

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