Content can't be loaded!



New column 
The Christian Science Journal

When commitment counts

I have since come to understand that to become better healers—for ourselves, others, and the world—we need to practice what we already know. 

Seeking and finding

My mom says she remembers well the Sunday morning when she was out of town and my dad called to tell her I had decided I wasn’t going to church anymore.

‘How are you?’

“How” we are is closely linked to “what” we are.

Our love for our siblings

God, being good and all-caring, expresses His goodness and caring qualities in His children, you and me and everyone.
Comfort From The Psalms

Loving God’s law

As a Sunday School student, I wondered about <a class="tome-reference" href="https&#x3A;&#x2F;&#x2F;login.

No making fun!

In a Bible story, there was a man named Jairus.
Bible Lens
Testimony of Healing
Thirty years ago, my husband left my four children and me.
Testimony of Healing
Recently, as I watched the Annual Meeting of The Mother Church through a live Internet feed, I was happily reminded of my trip to Scandinavia and Russia in the 1980s.
Testimony of Healing
A few months ago, I woke up one morning feeling an odd discomfort, but I continued to go about my preparations for getting to work, albeit more slowly than usual.
Testimony of Healing
During World War II, I was a member of the First Australian Parachute Battalion.
Image and Inspiration

How excellent is thy lovingkindness

Lackagh Bridge, Creeslough, County Donegal, Ireland
'To Bless All Mankind'

Listening to centrists—and to the fringe

The word of the day—arguably the word of our still young century—is extremism.
'To Bless All Mankind'

God-inspired moderation

One of my favorite political analysts typically presents a moderate, balanced assessment of issues.

Stress is not inevitable

God has exclusive rights to the government of His creation, and His government is entirely harmonious in every detail.

Other formats

As a subscriber, you can download any Sentinel issue published within the last 90 days (PDF, eBook, and audio). You can also take a look inside each issue as it originally appeared in print, starting with the very first issue from 1898.