Ever wanted to talk to your friends about Christian Science but felt like you didn’t have the “right” words? Good news. There are lots of different ways to share Christian Science, and some of them don’t require words at all!
When the storms in our lives seem overwhelming and we wonder where God, divine Love, is, we can lean on the promise that Love’s messages always get through to us. This author explains how and why.
In August 2011, I began attending a college in the United States and started playing on its soccer team. I hadn’t played or exercised at all in six years, and after about four days of training, I started to feel a sharp pain on the top parts of each of my feet.
During a study abroad, this author was enjoying an evening of practicing her new language with the locals when she was caught off-guard by one man's inappropriate advances. Prayer not only healed her of the aftereffects of the incident, but it also gave her a deeper understanding of each individual's spiritual innocence.
A night out in the woods near The Lost Wonder Hut, a cabin in the Rocky Mountains at about 11,000 feet, should have sounded like an adventure. But I was apprehensive.
Think you’re not missing anything by not going to church? Think again.
Feeling overwhelmed by what you see in the news, or even the issues you encounter in your own life? This author was, too, until she heard and responded to a simple idea: Start with love.
Last summer, I really wanted to get my learner’s permit so I could start practicing driving. But taking tests of any kind has always felt hard to me.
This author wondered how she could get Christian Science to work for her. But then a passage from Science and Health changed her approach entirely—and brought healing.
An author who prayed through a rocky relationship with her boyfriend shares her insights on what she learned and on how to pray more effectively about relationships, romantic and otherwise.