Like so many people today, Curtis wondered, “What will it take for the renewal that really secures a healthy environment?” He writes, “The answer begins with something that happens individually—something that, if we can commit to it, will bring about a grand change collectively. It’s a renewal that’s essentially in thought and fundamentally spiritual. More … More Anxious about the environment?
In answer to the question why God permits evil, the discoverer of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, once replied to a student, “He didn’t create evil. It isn’t created!” (she elaborates on this subject in Christian Science versus Pantheism, pp.5-6) She explains that in the spiritual reality, there’s no opposite to good, God, and no … More Loving the Unlovable
In public and military hospitals, prisons, and hospices, when push comes to shove, there are not many who will rebuff a visit from the friendly Chaplain. These caring individuals provide spiritual nourishment by listening to all our fears and anxieties, a willing confidante giving us the opportunity to discuss existential questions in a non-threatening environment, … More Why pastoral care is integral to healthcare
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
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?
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
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
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