A cycle of illness ends

Joan Atkinson relates in a recent testimony: “Some years ago, during supper one evening I began feeling very dizzy. I soon became nauseous as well and had to lie down. I was unable to pray effectively for myself, so I called a Christian Science practitioner, which eased my fear. Still, the condition lasted two full … More A cycle of illness ends

ANGRY NO MORE

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

More Meaning for Christmas

A few years into the 20th century an article of Mary Baker Eddy’s titled “Christmas as in Christian Science” was published in the New York World, a daily newspaper with a readership of over 300,000. The article still makes for inspiring reading in the 21st century. And that’s not just because it gives us pause in regard to … More More Meaning for Christmas

Church can be “a place of light,” say Christian Scientists at annual meeting

By Kevin Ness For many people today, the phrase “sending thoughts and prayers” has become a meaningless cliché. Christian Scientists’ annual meeting on June 4 offered the view that it doesn’t have to be that way. Church members gathered at the denomination’s Mother Church in Boston and via live video streaming here in Australia and … More Church can be “a place of light,” say Christian Scientists at annual meeting