Perhaps the thing we yearn for most when a loved one passes on is to bring them back for just one more day. We yearn to hold them, tell them again how much we love them. This year especially has brought a new form of grief for many who, because of pandemic restrictions, have had to … More This Easter, choose to rise higher
“My monthly rent was due in five days’ time, but I had only $23 left in the bank,” writes Diane Williamson. She shares with us via the Christian Science Sentinel her experience and some helpful ideas that her study of Christian Science provided, and that brought a resolution to her financial difficulties. “Years ago, soon … More Rent is due? As a single parent, should I panic or acknowledge God can help?
Christian Science provides a very different perspective on vaccines, immunity and the pathway to health. Following is an excerpt of the full article written by Curtis Wahlberg and published on 28 January, 2021 in the Christian Science Sentinel: “Stopping COVID-19 is understandably an important focus these days… An end to it means long-awaited relief from … More Vaccines, immunity, and the pathway to health
Have you ever reached for something in a dream and been unable to grasp it? Have you ever tried to get somewhere in a dream, and no matter how hard you tried, it eluded you? You may have woken up feeling sad, lost, frustrated, or you may even have wanted to go back to sleep to … More Wake-up call
“Divisiveness seems prevalent these days. We see it in national and international relations and in society in general. It impacts communities, churches, and families. Some would say that this is human nature, a view predicated on a perception that we are driven by fear and motivated by self-interest, in perpetual competition with our neighbor. And … More Unity—our natural inclination
If we’re feeling there’s little we can do to contribute to healing the world’s ills, it’s worth considering the power of love impelled by God, all-powerful divine Love itself. Eric Nelson shares some insights he’s learned about Love’s healing power. By the time I arrived at my apartment, the only thing I could do was … More What does love have to do with ending a pandemic?
“Innocence” can suggest vulnerability when dealing with evils like racism. But there’s a spiritual take on this quality that shows how it can touch a hardened heart – as a young white woman witnessed when threatened with punishment for helping black children. by Jane Hickson From the Christian Science Sentinel – June 11, 2020 Originally published in The … More Innocence that dissolves racism
As the world continues this week with headlines dominated by COVID-19, we take a look at how we can think about predictions. Even if they come as dire warnings, as our lead author points out, predictions are not set in stone. And prayer that recognizes divine Love’s all-embracing power can break through individual and collective … More DEFENSE against DISEASE
Mary Trammel shares with readers her experience of raising kids in an ecumenical family, and learning to “walk the walk,” not just talk about it. My husband and I entered parenthood knowing almost nothing about raising kids, having grown up basically as “only” children. We did read some parenting books, but their theories often seemed … More Back to School Feature: Reliable parenting books