By Gracie Sampson
I was so excited to spend the second half of my junior year at a school on the beautiful coast of Maine. But three days after my arrival, I found myself dealing with a fever and sore throat, which prevented me from participating in activities. This was one of the few times I’d been away from my parents among people who didn’t know anything about Christian Science, and I felt very alone.
By William Whittenbury
During my sophomore year of high school, I began to experience debilitating panic attacks that would sometimes be accompanied by lightheadedness and nausea. I hadn’t ever had problems with anxiety before, but I was dealing with a lot of school-related stress, as well as some difficult personal issues. The panic attacks were scary and confusing, especially since I’d never faced anything like this before.
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That's ClassicA quick healing of a football injury
By William Hagenlocher
An injury during a football game had this player wondering if he’d be able to join his team for its upcoming district match. But as he prayed, he gained a new conviction that he could be healed—without delay.When you have too much to do
By Aly Mikesell
After she spent sophomore year feeling overwhelmed, this high school student was ready for a change. Learning more about God as her source helped her think differently about her schoolwork and other demands and propelled her into her junior year feeling calmer and closer to God.
By Chaney Heinbaugh
When this avid soccer player faced a scoring drought, she had to pray through some tough questions about where her abilities come from and whether her skill on the field was something she could lose. Her understanding of Christian Science helped her answer those questions—and turn her game around.
By Robin Kadz
When a test in one of her scariest subjects was hanging over her head, this author started her exam prep with prayer. Read about how it paid off.
By Deborah Huebsch
If you’ve ever felt like the word God is confusing, unclear, or awkward to use with your friends, you’re not alone. This author explains how we can get past the confusion and start to know God in a way that’s genuinely helpful and healing.