Source of all health [Carol Rounds, “ Unvarying health ,” Sentinel , April 16, 2018] This is a wonderfully written article on helping us see the source of all health is Spirit and not matter. Carol Rounds brings out that when you turn to God and see your perfect model, which is spiritual and is always healthy, you gain a clearer view of yourself; and then, I like to say, you see a pure, clear view of others as well.
Awesome article! [UpFront, Jenny Sawyer, “ Use your ‘superpower,’ ” TeenConnect, JSH-Online. com, April 6, 2018] What a super awesome article! I love how the author appeals to young people by referring to spiritual sense or divine intuition as a superpower.
Notice Share how you found Christian Science Do you have a story to tell about finding Christian Science? Our “How I Found Christian Science” column is an opportunity for our readers to share what led them to Christian Science. For submission information, visit jsh.
Touched by this article [Deb Hensley, “ A piano lesson in the key of Life ,” Sentinel, April 9, 2018 ] I don’t know when I have been so touched as I am by this dear article. For one thing, it reminds me of my own mother’s love of music, and I love how the author’s letting go of the material sense of her mother healed the grief.
Healing truths [Ruth Geyer, “ Easter: how Christ transforms us ,” Sentinel, March 26, 2018] I loved Ruth Geyer’s article. Especially transforming for me was the second-to-last paragraph, which mentioned progressing “step by step” and “standing firm.
Lively issue Thank you for this lively issue of the Sentinel ( March 19, 2018 ) . I just listened to it, and I always read each issue from cover to cover.
Heartened and grateful Most of the time when I read the periodicals, the words of the articles go into my heart as a metaphysical treatment. I feel the settled truth of them and consider this magnified in the thought of everyone reading the articles.
Read many times Thanks so much for printing Shelly Richardson’s interview with Stephanie Simon and her mother, Maria Camaliche–Simon (“ Views of womanhood: strength and fortitude ,” Sentinel, March 5, 2018). I have read it many times because of Stephanie’s clear explanation of how she applies Christian Science simply and practically in her daily life.
Notice Do you remember a turning point? We would love to hear about the experiences that have made you grow in your understanding and practice of Christian Science—experiences in which the truth became clearer and the pathway ahead felt more certain. Share with other Sentinel readers the inspiration that brought spiritual growth in your life in the column “Turning points in spiritual growth.
Inspiring poem [Elizabeth Mata, “ As a trusting bird ,” Sentinel, February 19, 2018] What a lovely image this poem evokes of instantaneous healing. Thank you, Liz, for this inspiring poem.