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Trusting God, our divine Dad

We can trust our Father, divine Life, more each day as the guiding, guarding, infinitely loving, divine presence always with us, those we love, and everyone.
Keeping Watch

Navigating chaotic times with prayer

No matter what appears to be going on, we can experience God’s government in order, peace, and abundance.

How to forgive

This poem takes a look at the importance of not judging or condemning others. 
I felt the truth of God’s words from Joel 2:25: “I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten.” God had restored the lost years between my dad and me.

Prayer is in the listening

Prayer that begins with words helps to clear the way for us to hear and feel the deeper, resonant voice of God.
TeenConnect: Turning Point

The only thing left was Love

As a kid, she’d loved Christian Science. But as high school graduation neared, none of what she’d learned in Sunday School made sense anymore. Or so she thought.

Election of new Readers

It is with joy that we announce the election of Megumi (Mimi) Oka, CSB, of New York City, US, as First Reader, and Donald A. Wallingford, CS, of Lilburn, Georgia, US, as Second Reader, for the term of June 2022 to June 2025.

Kidneys resume normal functioning

Gaining a fuller understanding of my relation to God, good, helped to destroy the belief that acute or chronic disease could be real or powerful or that my kidneys could fail.
Testimony of Healing

Prayer heals leg injury

In three days I was able to return home and carry on with my duties.
Testimony of Healing
I could see that I was being lovingly guided, protected, and cared for at every turn.
Bible Lens
To the Israelites, hope was not gained through human effort. It was a gift from God.
Letters & Conversations

Letters & Conversations

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