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?
After hurting his ankle in a basketball game, this author decided to try praying about it in Christian Science the way he was learning to. Read on to find out what that looked like—and how it helped.
After an accident on the ski slopes, this teen turned to a familiar hymn for help and found comfort, calm, and healing.
This teen was blindsided by the announcement that her dad was remarrying. How could she overcome the drama and upset? Christian Science had an answer.
During a strenuous hike with a college group, this author doubted her ability to make it up the mountain. But rather than getting stuck in self-doubt and negativity, she decided to see what would happen if she turned her focus to God.
This teen felt out of place and unhappy during a visit with relatives. How could they find common ground and get along? Prayer opened the way.
This high school sophomore was not having fun at boarding school, and she thought it was everyone else’s fault. Then a spiritual insight changed both the way she was thinking about things and her whole boarding school experience.
When an opportunity to go to boarding school in America came his way, this teen was excited. But then worry struck: What if he got homesick?
When things at climbing camp didn’t go as planned, this teen realized that pushing through her fear of heights wasn’t going to work; she needed to pray.
During an international trip, this teen began to panic when she couldn’t remember a critical piece of information that she needed to get to her next destination. What she did remember, however, was to pray.