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.
A high-school senior shares some of the spiritual ideas that have helped him pray his way through the college application and admissions process.
Severe depression, beginning in his teen years, prompted this author to doubt God’s existence. But Christian Science rescued him from his doubt—and from the overwhelming feelings of sadness and loneliness.
With just hours to go before a performance, this musician discovered she was missing a piece of her instrument. Without it, she couldn’t play. But what could have been a disaster turned into a great opportunity to learn more about listening to God.
Facing a problem? Understanding God better is the answer—every time.
In response to a question about bullying, this author shares how he successfully faced down several bullies during his freshman year of high school: with prayer.
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?
Following an extremely loud concert, a musician prays about possible hearing damage and gets a surprising message: Love more.
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.
Seven teens talk about how they’re praying about the college process, including finding the right school, dealing with fear and uncertainty, and how they’re trusting God with their future.