The four women profiled in this book: * Emma Thompson. Healed of neuralgia after reading Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, this Minneapolis mother devoted the rest of her life to the practice of Christian Science. * Abigail Dyer Thompson. Friends with Mrs. Eddy from the time she was a little girl, this Minneapolis practitioner and daughter of Emma Thompson took to heart special early lessons learned from Mrs. Eddy that helped transform her into one of Minneapolis’s foremost Christian Science practitioners and teachers. * Janette Weller. At the age of three, Janette Weller’s life was turned upside-down when her parents separated and she was sent away to live with an aunt. But through Christian Science and her friendship with Mary Baker Eddy, she not only found the sense of love and home she yearned for, but a fulfilling life of service. * Anne Macmillan Knott. After her 20-month-old son Frank accidentally drank a bottle of carbolic acid, a desperate Anne M. Knott turned to Christian Science for help. The healing that resulted that day refocused her life.