It’s a great privilege, when appropriate, to share Christian Science with others—such as welcoming our neighbors’ children to our Sunday Schools, inviting newcomers to Christian Science lectures or church services, or sharing Christian Science literature. Many years ago, when I was a high school student in South Korea and just a beginner in the study of Christian Science, I mistakenly thought that I could not help others unless I had been through Primary class instruction in Christian Science and had decades of studying the Bible and Mary Baker Eddy’s writings under my belt.
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