By Leslie J. Revilock Amid continuing revelations of sexual harassment and assault, there has been much discussion about masculinity. An article in The Christian Science Monitor late last year reported that, according to Michael Kimmel, founder of the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities at Stony Brook University in New York, men are grappling … More Real Manhood
Kay Stroud The recent disclosures about “fake news” in the media illustrate that we need to be more alert than ever to discern if what’s being said is fact or fiction. So, now, maybe for the first time, we’re actively seeking truth, rather than blindly accepting everything we hear or read as fact. Even in the … More Clearing up “fake news” on every front
When asked what can be done about the epidemic of drug abuse, some people respond that it doesn’t affect them specifically so they don’t really need to be concerned. Others say that the problem is too big, so what’s the point in even trying to help? Yes, there are many unselfish citizens and first responders … More Drug abuse: we can do something about it
Have you ever wondered what it really means to be spiritual? A great starting point is the first chapter of the Bible, Genesis, which says: “God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. And God blessed them” (verses 27, 28). On this Sentinel Watch, … More What does it mean to be spiritual?
Read in the Christian Science Sentinel how this couple put lack and insufficiency behind them through a better understanding of God and His/Her care… My husband and I struggled financially the first few years of our marriage. No matter how hard we worked or how many jobs we held, there was just never enough money … More Financial Needs Met
Are you one of the millions of people wondering if there really is a God? Or even one of those that feel sure there isn’t? Or perhaps you are sure there is God but are not feeling a clear sense of His love any more. Sentinel Watch’s guest responds to your questions, sent in via the … More Is God real?
It probably seems natural to look at healing as being about what’s going on with our bodies or in some other aspect of our lives. Something hurts or is out of place, then we pray for healing. And we know we’re healed when the hurt vanishes or whatever’s out of place gets adjusted. Right? Believe … More How does a Christian Science healing happen?
By Kim Crooks Korinek, From the June 11, 2018 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel Is it possible to love God in a time when, in many Western countries, there is a growing number of both those who don’t believe in the existence of God and those who consider themselves spiritual, rather than religious? Maybe before tackling the question … More Loving God in a material world
For today’s contributor, who at one point attempted suicide, the idea that God not only exists but is good and always present became so powerful to him that he was freed from mental darkness… When I was a young teen, I began to suffer from symptoms of depression, though at the time I didn’t know … More Out of the depths of depression