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July 10, 2018
Looking back over the years since I turned to Christian Science... - Christian Science Sentinel

"A distressing sense of homelessness was healed when it was pointed out to me that my home is in Mind, God; therefore, I am always at home. On another occasion, acute appendicitis was instantaneously ... See more

Looking back over the years since I turned to Christian Science for help, I see a transformation that calls for boundless gratitude. Christian Science has gently weaned me from a desperate sense of ... See more

June 28, 2018
Am I good enough to be healed? - The Christian Science Journal

"Did I really know God was governing me? Now? Or had my prayers been just my hope for divine intervention? Within moments I felt that my spiritual identity as God’s idea, as taught in Christian ... See more

Often I’ve struggled when my prayer didn’t bring quick healing. Sometimes I felt frustrated and discouraged, even irritated. I didn’t doubt Christian Science, but I wanted to find spiritual ... See more

June 25, 2018
Immigration and new neighbors - Christian Science Sentinel

"Jesus placed great importance on the command "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself." But we might be wondering how far our love has to extend. Can we get past the unfamiliarity of a different ... See more

I Was raised in a town where there are many immigrants. Growing up, we children played together and shared meals. It came as a surprise when, as a young teenager, I started recognizing that prejudice ... See more

June 17, 2018
Fatherhood and standing up to the false male image - Christian Science Sentinel

"...like a lot of dads, I've faced the issue of temper, the belief that the male of the species is more volatile; that's part of being hunter-gatherer and all that. And I would be the last to say ... See more

Fatherhood. It's foundational to the well-being of children. We yearn to think of it as an inviolable institution, invulnerable to weakness. This era, however, shouts of just the opposite. In ... See more

June 13, 2018
Thinking differently about politicians - Christian Science Sentinel

"In considering the upcoming election in my area from this more spiritual basis, I have found myself thinking differently about it."

Many of us would agree these are partisan and polarizing times, whether it’s one government trying to influence another country’s citizens or various ways politicians try to get votes in their ... See more

May 16, 2018
Black and white? Or brothers? - Christian Science Sentinel

"...I’d been judging him by labeling him as a racist. While I’d thought the problem was just the fact that he had been identifying me incorrectly, I could now see that I had also been ... See more

During his first few weeks at college, this writer found himself in a situation he’d never encountered before: having to live with someone who was pretending he didn’t exist because of the color ... See more

April 18, 2018
Interfaith Voices: Discovering God's redeeming love; one Christian Scientist's journey

Friends came over the other night and we shared ideas about the Holy Spirit. We don’t go to the same church; nevertheless, our spiritual journeys have taken us all to

April 11, 2018
Leaning on God stills life’s storms - Christian Science Sentinel

"I saw that my moving back and forth from spiritual reasoning to human arguments was not a path to healing."

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As a storm broke, and thunder and lightning crashed, a boat bobbed on the water in a sheltered inlet, secure on its mooring, its rope sturdy and well-tied, its buoy anchored and fortified.In my ... See more

April 6, 2018
Does God hear our prayers? - Christian Science Sentinel

"The calamities that beset human existence do not exist in the reality of God’s spiritual kingdom. God doesn’t make them or ignore them—they simply do not exist in the realm of the real. The ... See more

As we were flying into Philadelphia one stormy night, the pilot announced that we would have to circle the city for an hour before we could land. Moans and muttered grumblings broke out among the ... See more

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