When you look at the world around you, it can seem like some people are good, some people are bad, and some are somewhere in between. But as healers, we can take a different view—and bring out the innate spiritual goodness in everyone we meet.
Two of the teens in my Christian Science Sunday School class were crying as we talked about the most recent school shooting, at a high school in Florida. Many in my class said they’d prayed when they saw the news alert on their phone, but still felt helpless, discouraged, and sad.
This question from a teen got the author thinking. What does it really mean to be spiritual, and what practical effects can knowing our spiritual identity have in our lives? The answers might surprise you.
Stuck staring at a blinking cursor, wondering what to write? One author shares some of the spiritual lessons she’s learned about the writing process, and how we can each put them into practice in whatever creative project we’re facing.
Asking and answering the question, “Where do you live?” in prayer helps us see and experience more of God’s universe. And that, in turn, brings healing.
Christian Science is so much more than a religion that helps us solve our problems. Its power comes from the fact that it helps us see the universe correctly—and this spiritual vision has huge potential for our lives and for the world.
Facing a problem? Understanding God better is the answer—every time.
We’ve all been “inspired” and “uplifted” by reading others’ healings. But have you ever thought of those healings as a promise of your own healing?
How can we be more prepared as pray-ers when tragic events occur? One young man’s experience, following a terror incident in New York City, offers helpful guidance.
The #metoo hashtag on social media offers women an opportunity to share their stories of sexual harassment and assualt and to find the support of a community that responds with caring and compassion. But is there a #metoo that can have a powerful healing effect on our society, bringing about change and healing for both men and women?