A Canadian painter talks about the source of his inspiration.
"I almost felt like I was watching someone else do the work!"
A conversation with Marianne Henry, the first violinist in the Marian Anderson String Quartet.
A Hollywood actor gains a valuable lesson during a walk on the beach.
Wings, pin feathers at first, and fluffy down, then sturdy flight feathers for lift off, for soaring, for spiraling up-upward;Moment by moment prayer—a listening, catching the updraft, circling from one good deed to the next, being borne on gratitude and trust— those sturdy pinions.
A teen writes down her healings, and shares two with readers.
Rollie, Lily, and Avery go to the Christian Science Sunday School in Naples, Florida.
I took this picture on a summertime hike up the Pinnacle Trail in Stowe, Vermont, after a thunderstorm.
We talked, sharing stories and asking questions. We were different women from different paths.
I love the spiritual alertness that is continually required to be ready to answer calls day or night.
It’s that time of year again.
The world is in such need of our prayers–millions of people are confronted with the evils of discrimination, bullying, and hatred.
Four years ago, on a winter morning, my family and I drove to our Christian Science church for the Sunday morning service.
I had the great pleasure of becoming acquainted with Christian Science about ten years ago, thanks to a neighbor, a faithful student of this Science who has a firm conviction of its effectiveness.
Growing up on a ranch, I was plagued with severe allergies and asthma.
Wisdom and love aren't opposites, but the outcome of divine mercy and truth.