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Embracing the world’s children

Through prayer we can protect our young people by seeing them, and helping them see themselves, as whole, spiritual children of God, rather than vulnerable, immature mortals subject to danger and harm.
Keeping Watch
To the extent that I daily defend my natural obedience to God, I remain alert, and I am learning that this is not a chore but the best and most important time of the day.
Applying in a practical way the knowledge of our God-given exemption from evil was important in my work as a youth corrections counselor. 
How I found Christian Science
In my late teens, I wanted to learn to play the harp and hoped to become a professional harpist.
I had to replace those materialistic motives and false beliefs that I had held on to for so long with what God, Spirit, knows to be true about me as His purely spiritual reflection or expression.
A poem written with children going back to school in mind.
TeenConnect: Your Healings
Assigned to an especially difficult horse at camp, this teen wasn’t sure this was a challenge she could overcome. But one spiritual breakthrough opened the way for an awesome rest of the summer.

No more colitis

This healing led to a lifelong commitment to the study and practice of Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
I had been feeling a latent fear about not always being able to meet physical challenges through prayer in Christian Science, so I decided to face this fear straight on.
Testimony of Healing
Comforting words from the Bible gave me confidence that divine wisdom would guide me in a way that would enable me to resolve this situation quickly.
Bible Lens


In the Hebrew Bible, God’s will represented protection and guidance for His chosen people.
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