with Barbara Pettis and Christie Hanzlik -
There’s a familiar saying that “the only thing that is constant is change!” So how can we find a true sense of stability in our lives? How about going to God, the source of unchanging good? There’s stability for all of us in God’s unchanging good, and we trust you’ll feel something of that dependable, divine goodness from listening to the next edition of Sentinel Watch.
with Joan Bernard Bradley and Dana Cadey -
On this week’s program, we will talk to an educator about how she discovered God to be the source of the ideas she needs to be creative in her work. And she shares how prayer helped her bring out the full potential of her pupils.
with Caryl Farkas, Riley Seay, and Claudia Laryea -
Jesus counsel to turn the other cheek might sound very simple, but it can seem very hard to do in the face of adversity. Turning the other cheek is not turning away from a problem, but turning to God to solve it, and we hope you will feel empowered to do that by listening to this edition of Sentinel Watch.
with Kevin Graunke -
Would you like to live the good life—now? Our guest will answer questions you sent in and explain what a good life really is, where it comes from, and how we can experience it more in our daily lives. So get ready to learn how to live the good life now on this edition of Sentinel Watch, a weekly production of the Christian Science Sentinel.
with George Moffett and Keith Wommack -
Is there something each of us can do to stop evil in its tracks? Some people have found that prayer is a powerful help. Such prayer is based on the conviction that God is the only power and that each individual is truly the image of God, governed by God’s goodness.
with Madora Kibbe and Judy Wolff -
Angels! Are they the winged creatures portrayed in classical art? Or are there angel thoughts that can bring comfort and help in times of need? Many have found that understanding angels as divine messages or spiritual intuitions brings needed solutions and even physical healing to their present day problems. Our guests talk about this, and share experiences of healing, on this edition of Sentinel Watch – a weekly production of the Christian Science Sentinel.
Recently there has been a great deal written about “bots” (web robots, or software applications that run automated tasks over the internet), particularly Russian bots, infiltrating social media and spreading misinformation with the intent to foment dissension and division among citizens. In the United States, for example, such activity fuels the fire in what many feel is already an extremely politically polarized nation.
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