“how Spiritual Perception Brings Healing” — Talk By Alexandre Fischer, Cs

Free Healing 101 Web Lecture — How Spiritual Perception Brings Healing, Alexandre Fischer

Healing 101 is presenting a free live webinar by Alexandre Fischer titled, How Spiritual Perception Brings Healing – Saturday May 8th at 1:00PM.   About the speaker: I practiced law in France and in the United States for several years. As a litigation lawyer in France, I used to argue cases in court and I did […]

Connection

Sentinel Watch Podcast – We’re all a part of God’s family

The Christian Science Sentinel Watch recently posted a podcast titled, We’re all a part of God’s family: “The brotherhood of man” is an old-fashioned term that refers to all humanity and the feeling that all of us should regard and treat one another as family. Our guest, Judy Olson, has experienced how taking this concept […]

Breaking Point

Christian Science Sentinel – When you’re at your breaking point

The Christian Science Sentinel Online posted an article by Jenny Sawyer titled, When You’re At Your Breaking Point. Jenny shares her thoughts: The girl on my computer screen was screaming. In the fictional online series I was previewing, she was one of eight teenagers who’d been stranded on a deserted island—and she was at her […]

God’s Kingdom, Within Reach

Christian Science Monitor – God’s kingdom, within reach

An article was posted on the Christian Science Monitor website under A Christian Science Perspective titled, God’s kingdom, within reach. The article puts into perspective the Lord’s Prayer: One of the lines in the Lord’s Prayer, which Christ Jesus gave to humanity, says of God, “Your kingdom come” (Matthew 6:10, New King James Version). Those […]

Michelle Nanouche

Live Web Lecture – Mary Baker Eddy, 19th Century Discoverer and Her Great Discovery

Prayer That Heals website will be hosting a talk next Thursday, March 18th from 2:00PM-3:00PM (CT) by Michelle Nanouche titled, Mary Baker Eddy, 19th Century Discoverer and Her Great Discovery. Below is the description of her lecture: March celebrates Women’s History Month. It also marks the bicentennial of the birth of Mary Baker Eddy, a […]

Overcoming Aggressive Evil

Christian Science Journal – Overcoming aggressive evil

The Christian Science Journal website published an article by Christine Jenks Herlinger Driessen last month titled, Overcoming aggressive evil: It seems as if not a day goes by now without news reports of evil spreading in forms such as contagion, hatred, corruption, abuse, mass killings, or terrorism, leaving many people feeling helpless. At the same time, […]

Resistance

Christian Science Sentinel – Reaching beyond resistance

The Christian Science Sentinel recently posted an article by Tony Lobl titled, Reaching beyond resistance. Tony shares his thoughts: Lifelong civil rights activist Sallie Letterlough recently shared with me her great appreciation of Martin Luther King, Jr. At the same time, she reminded me that the civil rights leader wasn’t as popular among his fellow Blacks […]

Mary E. Eaton, C.s.b.

Longyear Museum – Mary Eaton: 40 Years A Practitioner

The Longyear Museum posted an article on their website written by Marylee Hursh December 1, 1978 titled, Mary E. Eaton, C.S.B.. The article highlights Mary Eaton and her influence during the early years of Christian Science: Of the many students and workers associated with Mary Baker Eddy in the early years of the Christian Science […]

The Power Of Today

Christian Science Journal – The power of today

The Christian Science Journal website published an article by Alexandre Fischer for next month’s issue titled, The power of today: We’ve all made mistakes. And even if we’ve learned from our mistakes and changed our ways, we can feel burdened by our past. It can feel as though there’s nothing to be done about what’s […]

Breakthroughs—always Possible

Christian Science Sentinel: Breakthroughs – always possible

The Christian Science Sentinel posted an article by Kim Crooks Korinek a few days ago titled, Breakthroughs – always possible. Kim shares her thoughts: It seemed impossible. The most experienced white-water paddlers couldn’t navigate the biggest rapid in the river’s racecourse during the practice runs. Convinced it couldn’t be run, and feeling upset and justified, […]