“Cynicism and despondency can seem the order of the day,” opens this week’s featured piece on countering the negative expectancy that has infiltrated so many hearts today. But those bleak states of mind are not where the author finishes his article. A spiritual, God-centric perspective can reverse a downward mental spiral, and this piece illustrates … More Emerging from negative expectations
By Kevin E. Ness Given the looming challenges the world faces—strife, corruption, climate crisis, health care costs—Christian Scientists at their church’s annual meeting in Boston reaffirmed their faith that the things of the Spirit are what the world most needs. Church members indicated their commitment to proving “the reliability of practical Christian healing.” Among the … More “Church can heal divisions,” Christian Scientists say at annual meeting
Katie Martin was forced to think more deeply about trust when she was participating in a high ropes course, recently. She asks: “Can we trust completely in God and let go of worry, agendas and stubborn will?” After all, there’s no spot where infinite Love is not. Listen to her story on the Christian Science … More Trusting God means letting go
Hear Michelle Nanouche, a practitioner, teacher and lecturer on Christian Science with over 30 years professional healing experience, share insights from personal experience in two radio interviews geared for the newcomer to Christian Science. Sunday 28 April ON RADIO 4RPH 1296 AM from 2.00-3.30pm Listen to Michelle’s talk – ANGRY NO MORE For those who … More ANGRY NO MORE
On Sunday 19 May 2019 come along to hear a free public talk about Christian Science crafted specifically for the newcomer. Michelle Nanouche, a practitioner, teacher and lecturer on Christian Science with over 30 years professional healing experience, will share insights from personal experience. Sunday 19 May AT 2.00PM at the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM & … More FINDING GOD, FINDING HEALTH
Like many recent mass killings, the one in New Zealand hit a place of prayer. The response of many around the world was to gather in prayer. For all religions, prayer is a spiritual resource to dispel fear and affirm love. You may find this article helpful in explaining how prayer can and needs to … More How to think about tragedies and ‘sudden endings’
For today’s contributor, a better understanding of God was key in finding her freedom from a 20-year smoking habit and the effects it was having on her health. “When I reached the end of the book, I realized that I wasn’t smoking anymore. I was surprised because, honestly, I hadn’t noticed that I had stopped … More Healed of a smoking addiction
Are you searching for the good life? Is it really possible to live a peaceful life full of purpose and meaning? Katherine Leech was looking for such a life. She’d moved away from the idea of going to church and lost her belief in God. These times often seemed tumultuous. Looking to just lead a … More Could this be your blueprint for 2019?
Years ago, this woman faced a Christmas alone. She’d moved across the country, away from family, and didn’t know many people in the area. It would have been easy for her to feel alone and depressed, but she found that when she actually “observed” Christmas, with all that that word means, she found herself happier … More How do you observe Christmas?