Undisturbed amid the jarring testimony of the material senses, Science, still enthroned, is unfolding to mortals the immutable, harmonious, divine Principle,—is unfolding Life and the universe, ever present and eternal. —Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p.
I feel that this is a very good time to share my deep gratitude for Christian Science. Let me begin by saying that I have always seen the connection between how I was led to Christian Science and the prayers in Churches of Christ, Scientist.
Being right, or in the right, may seem to us at times to be the greatest virtue. However, this conviction can be attended by the expression of human opinions, pride, bigotry, intolerance, and even hatred toward those we consider to be wrong.
I was watching TV the first night of the attempted coup in Turkey some months ago. The chaos, the rage, the shooting, the bombs, the thousands of shouting people, both for and against the coup—it was bedlam and it was dangerous, and my heart went out to all who were caught up in it, on both sides.
We all have challenges to face in our lives from time to time. Some may be quite small, but others can be daunting.
When I was about ten years old, some kids I knew began shoplifting at a big store in our town. They would come back and show off the toys and other stuff they’d stolen, and I’d practically drool.
Christian Science Sentinel—Audio Podcast Hurt? Frustrated? Perplexed? Pray! by Anthony Whitehouse At a time when injustice seemed to plague Anthony, his prayers showed him that God governs every aspect of our lives. for more, visit: sentinel.
We might think of peer pressure as something obvious—like the push to drink at a party. But often, peer pressure doesn’t even feel like pressure. In this article, the author shares how she learned to be alert to the subtle pull of peer pressure and how to pray about it effectively.
Of this we may be sure: that thoughts winged with peace and love breathe a silent benediction over all the earth, cooperate with the divine power, and brood unconsciously o’er the work of His hand. —Mary Baker Eddy, Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, p.
We were going on a canoeing and caving trip! I was excited for another fun activity at the summer camp for Christian Scientists where I was spending several weeks. For the trip, I wore a pair of thick blue jeans over my swim trunks.