By Judy Olson
For 16 years, school had been the structure of my life. Now all that was gone. Just out of college and having completed a summer project, I was supposed to be ready to face the future. But I didn’t feel ready. Decisions (important ones!)—what to do, where to start, where to go—loomed large. I was afraid of making the wrong choices.
By Deborah Huebsch
They’re actually live-streaming fear, I thought after skimming the news on my phone. Nine out of the ten top articles were about the coronavirus. Every media outlet was featuring news about the latest statistics, how to protect yourself, who’s in most danger, and on and on and on. I could feel fear starting to wrap its tentacles around my thoughts. What to do? Wash my hands a lot? Stock up on supplies? Stay home?
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That's ClassicWhen things don't go the way you planned
By Logan Landry
Nothing was working out the way this college student had planned and she felt lost and disappointed. But soon she realized this was an opportunity to let go of her own plans and trust God’s loving direction.
This week's SentinelThe power of one spiritual idea
By Lily Maggio
This teen often felt like she didn't know enough about Christian Science to have a healing. Then she discovered just how powerful and transformative just one spiritual idea could be.
By Jenny Sawyer
If you—or your friends—are feeling afraid about what’s going on in the world, there is something you can do to help. You can actually disengage from fear. This author explains how—and why saying no to fear is so powerful.
By Everett Poznick
It was the end of three amazing days of snowboarding when this author discovered that his phone was missing. It seemed like finding it would be impossible: Night was coming, and the snow was falling fast. Was there anything he’d learned in the Christian Science Sunday School that could help?
By Ainsley Gordon
At first this gamer’s constant drive to level up didn’t seem like a big deal. But when she couldn’t even keep herself from playing during class, she knew gaming had changed from something fun into an addiction. Read on to find out how Christian Science helped her find freedom.