Bringing spiritual solutions to as many problems as we can from day to day—for ourselves and others, for our churches, for the wider community—is working God's work.
This is not releasing, flinging out,a human thought, a message of my love,whirling over the earth's curve,or through its crust and magma,nor launching out a wishto the vagaries of wind,fragilities of hope,gestures of human ritual.
The scientifically Christian approach to trouble could be likened to the method of an icebreaker.
The plight of Americans in Iran, the recent turmoil in Bolivia following a coup, and the assassination of President Park Chung Hee in South Korea may suggest that the instability and violence accompanying some changes in government are almost necessary elements.
Hundreds of letters have flowed in to the Journal, Sentinel, Herald Editors in response to the "new look" Sentinel.
Moses didn't hedge when the time came to spell out rules of behavior for his people.
Widely publicized efforts in diplomatic circles to improve relations between world powers may nudge some people to recognize that they, also, might work to the same purpose in their own individual lives.
Much more emphasis is being placed today on the importance of mental attitudes and conditioning in achieving athletic success.
The words "Christian Science" first came to my family's attention many years ago when I was a small child.
My family and I have been blessed and healed numerous times through the teaching and application of Christian Science.
I am a student in a Christian Science Sunday School.
In December 1974, due to cutbacks, I was furloughed from my job as an airline stewardess for an indefinite period.
Twenty-three years ago I learned of Christian Science through a friend.
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