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[Christine Driessen, “Prayer that begins with God, not self,” Sentinel, March 18, 2019]
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We are capable of experiencing the kind of spiritual conviction that Jesus felt.
It was awe-inspiring to recognize that I had “found” the ideas I needed to communicate. 

You don’t have to give in

There is a big difference between choosing to fall asleep and letting ourselves be taken over by the desire to opt out.
Understanding how God knows us is most valuable.
How I Found Christian Science

Christian Science found me twice

Christian Science first found me when I was fifteen and studying ballet at a ballet studio.
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Are you proud of me yet?

In spite of a multitude of accomplishments, this teenager never felt good enough. Instead, she continued to yearn for—and strive for—her parents’ praise … until she discovered something a whole lot more satisfying.
We are happy to announce the appointment by the Christian Science Board of Directors of Larissa Snorek, CSB, to the position of Associate Editor for the Journal, Sentinel, and Herald.
Testimony of Healing
About one year ago, I sustained a severe injury to my big toe.
Testimony of Healing
Many years ago, when I was in the Democratic Republic of Congo, I felt a bug crawling on my neck.
Testimony of Healing
One of my favorite statements from the Bible is “Sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear”.

When shadows gather

Dear Father-Mother God, I see my spiritual selfhood reflecting You, but oh, this shadow sense that pursues my weary faith—when will it grow beautifully less?
I’d begun to learn that we are truly children of God, and that as God’s creation we “live, and move, and have our being” in God, Spirit.
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