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
Do you feel like you have hit rock bottom and you don’t know what to do? On today’s Sentinel Watch you will hear from a woman who was faced with a debilitating disease that was said to have no cure. But even in the face of that hopeless prediction, she found a way back up to complete … More Hit rock bottom? There’s a way back up
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
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 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