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Link to JSH-Online from your website

If you would like to link to jsh-online.com from your website, it is preferable to include one of the two paragraphs of text below with the link, rather than posting a link that includes only the URL. If a paragraph of text with a link is not appropriate for your site, a simple URL link is adequate. Here are two options of coded text with the URL which are available to you:

The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel, and Herald Online — The Christian Science Publishing Society presents a whole new way of studying, searching, sharing, and subscribing to the Christian Science religious magazines—and all on one, easy-to-use website called JSH-Online.com!

Copy and paste the code below into the code of your site to produce the text and link as shown above.

The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel, and Herald Online — The Christian Science religious magazines have never been more accessible to subscribers. Now you can read them from your computer, tablet, smartphone, or any device with an Internet connection. Visit JSH-Online.com.

Copy and paste the code below into the code of your site to produce the text and link as shown above.

Logos

The JSH-Online logo is provided for you below. While the logo can be made “clickable” and posted by itself, it is preferable to include a paragraph of text with the logo whenever possible. See examples of coded text above.

Copy and paste the code below into the code of your site to have the logo appear as shown above. Using this code will ensure that you always have the most up-to-date logo, since it loads into your page directly from our server. You can also right click on the logo above to download it and place it on your server.

The Mission of the Herald

In 1903, Mary Baker Eddy established The Herald of Christian Science. Its purpose: "to proclaim the universal activity and availability of Truth." The definition of "herald" as given in a dictionary, "forerunner—a messenger sent before to give notice of the approach of what is to follow," gives a special significance to the name Herald and moreover points to our obligation, the obligation of each one of us, to see that our Heralds fulfill their trust, a trust inseparable from the Christ and first announced by Jesus (Mark 16:15), "Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature."

Mary Sands Lee, Christian Science Sentinel, July 7, 1956

Learn more about the Herald and its Mission.