Struggling with a lack of confidence, this author found inspiration and healing as she learned to pray for herself more effectively and understood more clearly that she was fully loved by God—at every moment.
This author found herself looking ahead to a project with stress and dread. But two simple steps shifted her perspective and brought her a conviction of the presence of God’s goodness—and speedy success.
Struggling to find friends and a feeling of belonging at her new school, this author found an answer to her problems by getting a new perspective—a spiritual perspective.
When you’re facing a tough moral decision, how can you know if you’re really headed in the right direction? One author shares, from her own experience, how she’s found spiritual sense to be a reliable, and unerring, guide.
For this author, being a Christian Scientist isn’t about “applying” Christian Science to problems in his life, but about knowing and understanding God better and living in a way that consistently proves that understanding.
Fiction: “Christian Science just denies bad things are happening. ” Fact: The word denial is one that’s often used in psychology, but it’s used very differently in Christian Science.
How can we pray in a way that’s more effortless, and more effective? A day of sailing helped this author find answers to that question, and gave new momentum to her prayers.
Problems with a friend had this author rehashing the situation over and over. What happened when she got mentally still and listened for God’s direction? She heard this message: love!
I played three sports in high school, so I was constantly “in season. ” During basketball, I was playing club volleyball.
If you feel like you haven’t had a healing—or that you don’t know how to have one—this author has some good news for you: Healing is simply a change in thought. How can you make that thought-shift? Read on.