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Easter: how Christ transforms us - Christian Science Sentinel

"The Christ transforms lives, forever rolling away the stone and helping resurrect what was once stale thinking. So how do we continue to progress and participate in our own resurrection?"

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Easter ushers in opportunities for a fresh sense of transformation in the landscape of our lives. On the simple level of seasons shifting, bursts of bright yellow daffodils and purple crocuses break ... See more

3 months ago
Gifts from Puget Sound » Mary Baker Eddy Library

A bit of regional Christian Science history!

Find out what church photos and a case of salmon have in common.

3 months ago
Fostering trust in each other - Christian Science Sentinel

"Right where there seems to be an untrustworthy mortal, there is still an inherent trustworthiness within that can be perceived and brought to light. Recognizing this makes for better relationships, ... See more

This past summer, The Christian Science Monitor Daily referenced a Wall Street Journal report indicating that the share of Americans who feel “most people can be trusted” has fallen from 46 ... See more

4 months ago
True womanhood and human progress - Christian Science Sentinel

"The eternal Christ, the spirit of Truth that Jesus manifested, reveals to every receptive heart that woman has never lost any love, justice, or worth. Nothing can rob her of the eternal and ... See more

In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, the Christian Science textbook, Mary Baker Eddy writes, “Eternal Truth is changing the universe” (p. 255). Divine Truth, which, in accord with ... See more

4 months ago
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Seattle, WA

In this podcast: Is there something each of us can do to stop evil in its tracks? Some people have found that prayer is a powerful help. Such prayer is based on the conviction that God is the only ... See more

4 months ago
Prayer as listening - The Christian Science Journal

"I know not to accept the chatter of false belief as my thinking. I simply know that suggestions of fear, disease, or any inharmony are not my thoughts because they are not from God, and I counter ... See more

The traditional view of prayer is that man is reaching out to a God who is separate and distant. Yet the Bible tells us, “The Lord is nigh unto all them that call upon him, to all that call upon ... See more

5 months ago
Drop limited, prejudiced thinking - Christian Science Sentinel

"Does loving others sometimes seem hard? When we’re sincere and persistent in our prayer to “include all mankind in one affection,” we realize that embracing all isn’t arduous, it’s a ... See more

I have at times allowed myself to entertain exclusive, negative thinking toward some people, even in church. And these judgments came when I really didn’t know these individuals well. However, ... See more

5 months ago
A vote for good government everywhere - Christian Science Sentinel

"I know of no better way to establish effective human government than to accept that God’s government is already “established in me”—in each one of us—and that this reign of Truth, Life, ... See more

The recent disputed elections in the nation of Ivory Coast have helped me see the importance of prayer for government—not just where I live, but everywhere. In this case, the incumbent, who was ... See more

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