Foster good habits, develop moral courage

When you think of habits, what pops into your thoughts? Maybe something like always having to watch TV before going to sleep for the night, or maybe something more serious, such as an addiction or a behavior that impacts your dealings with others. But what’s a good habit? There are a few good habits we can develop as Christians, and specifically as students of Christian Science, that foster the kind of moral courage that comes from God—courage that’s needed in a world hungering for genuine love, and relief from materialism. 

The Sentinel talked with Galen Benson, who is currently an assistant professor of educational studies at a college, and a dad to two kids. Prior to this, he was a teacher in the Colorado prison system for many years, where he taught cognitive education and parenting classes and helped prisoners earn their GED (General Education Degree for students who have not graduated from high school).  

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