Being A Froce Of Good

Christian Science Journal – “Being a force for good”

The Christian Science Journal Website published excerpts from the 2019 TMC Youth Summit that will be featured in next month’s issue: The following is an edited transcript of a panel discussion on “Why Church?” that took place during the “Being a force for good” summit of 20- and 30-somethings held at The Mother Church in […]

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The Principle Foundation: Spiritual Discernment – The Key to Helping Others

The Principle Foundation Houston Local Committee invites you to explore together how we can uplift and improve our efforts to help others. Join in for this online inspirational workshop facilitated by Bruce Jeffrey Executive Director of The Principle Foundation on  Saturday, October 10th at 10:00am – 11:30am CDT ONLINE:  Click HERE to access this event […]

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Annual Meeting 2020 – Christian Science Committee on Institutional Work In Texas

Everyone is invited to attend the Annual Meeting of Christian Science Institutional Work in Texas on Saturday, October 17th at 1:00 P.M. via Zoom Meeting The guest speaker will be Volunteer Chaplain Bobby Radke who will speak about bringing a unique perspective from both sides of the fence. There will be sharing of reports and […]

Mary Baker Eddy And The Puritans

Mary Baker Eddy Library – Mary Baker Eddy and the Puritans

Early this month the Mary Baker Eddy Library website posted a podcast highlighting Dr. David Hall, author of The Puritans: A Transatlantic History (2019): How should we view the Puritans, and their religious and cultural legacy? This episode explores that question with Dr. David Hall, author of The Puritans: A Transatlantic History (2019). As he explains, there […]

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Support for Lake Charles Society

Dear Friends, Several Texas members have inquired about churches that have been affected by hurricane Laura and how one might help.  Lake Charles Society was in the direct path of the hurricane and suffered serious damage to its physical edifice.  Prayer and financial support are welcome and will greatly aid in their recovery. If anyone wants […]

Don’t Give Up Hope

Christian Science Monitor – Don’t give up hope

On August 27th a loving article was posted on the Christian Science Monitor website under A Christian Science Perspective titled, Don’t give up hope. The article reviews the lyrics of a well loved hymn: Longing heart, don’t give up hope When threats of evil overwhelm. Love now keeps Her promise true, God’s sure hand is […]

A Landmark To Celebrate

Christian Science Sentinel – A landmark to celebrate

The Christian Science Sentinel posted an article by Ethel A. Baker titled, A landmark to celebrate. The article chooses two selections from Mary Baker’s writings to help celebrate 100 years of the ratification to the 19th amendment: August 18 marked one hundred years since the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified, guaranteeing women’s […]

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Video – Experiencing more of God’s unlimited opportunity

Below is a short inspiring video by Janet Hegarty, CSB, titled Experiencing more of God’s unlimited opportunity.

What Does Our Oneness With God Mean To Us?

Sentinel Watch Podcast – What does our oneness with God mean to us?

The Christian Science Sentinel Watch recently posted a podcast titled, What does our oneness with God mean to us? It regards the topic of connecting with God: On this edition of Sentinel Watch, our guest explores the idea that there is one God, and that we are each at one with God, and the ramifications of knowing […]

Black And White? Or Brothers?

Christian Science Sentinel – Black and white? Or brothers?

The Christian Science Sentinel recently re-posted an article written in 2018 titled, Black and white? Or brothers? It regards the topic of race between two college roommates: It was my first week in college in the United States, and I didn’t understand what was going on with my roommate. At first I’d been friendly, but he […]