When it comes to homework assignments and projects, is it possible that you could have the ideas you need—even before you start the assignment? One author shares her experience tuning into—and being led by—divine inspiration.
When this college student found himself in a group of friends who kept “trash-talking” about girls, he knew he needed to do something. But could he stand up to peer pressure and still keep his friends? Prayer opened the way.
Ever felt an intuitive nudge to do something that seemed to defy logic? That might have been your spiritual sense at work. Read on to find out how you can have more of these spiritual sense moments, and why they matter.
Religion often gets a bad rap for being “judgmental.” But this author offers a different take on what Christian Science is all about.
I was playing capture the flag at camp when I fell and injured my knee. I couldn’t walk.
Though he was performing well, this runner felt overwhelmed by fear and anxiety prior to his races. In his Christian Science Sunday School class, he found a new, God-centered approach that brought him peace—and success on the track.
Social media mavens, advertisers, and even politicians all want one thing: your attention and buy-in. How can we protect ourselves from these subtle and not-so-subtle influences? One basic but powerful spiritual fact offers help and freedom.
After her sailboat capsized, this teenager knew she had to calm the “storm” of fear in her thoughts in order to make it home again.
It was the end of the school day. I wasn’t feeling very well.
She thought that helping others meant picking up trash or holding the door. But then a new idea dawned on her: Maybe she could help others by praying.