I have attended a summer camp for Christian Scientists for five years now, and throughout those five years I have always been in the horse programs. For the past three summers, I have participated in the polocrosse program for high schoolers, where you learn the rules in order to play, and later on in the session you even participate in a real tournament outside of camp.
It was a spontaneous idea. My mom and I decided to go for a hike.
I find it amazing how God’s love is always present, always surrounding and protecting us. This summer, I went to a camp for Christian Scientists, where I got to ride a horse named Remington.
I sat in the back of the quiet bus. My teammates’ faces were tensed in concentration, and the faint murmur of music through headphones drifted in the air.
The events I am about to share with you happened when I was seven years old. It was the night before Christmas.
This past year I enjoyed dancing as a trainee at a ballet company in Oregon. Much like an intern, a trainee is given the experience of working with a professional company as a student.
By Katherine Brokensha, university student Last year was both an exciting and a challenging year for me, as I moved far away from home to start my first year of university. One morning I woke up feeling weak and had a headache, and the symptoms got worse throughout the day.
This past summer I was a counselor-in-training (CIT) at a summer camp for Christian Scientists. The summer was filled with new experiences, revelations, and lots of new chances to demonstrate Christian Science.
Last April, as the end of the school year approached, I was feeling nervous about two upcoming AP (Advanced Placement) exams. Although I had been preparing, I questioned this preparation and tried to cram in extra studying.
Last year my mom, dad, brother Alistair, and I visited the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Queensland, Australia. My dad and I planned to scuba dive.