The Reset Button Is Now

Christian Science Monitor: The reset button is now

Susan Booth Mack Snipes published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website today under A Christian Science Perspective. The article gives a perspective into the new year: The start of a new year is often seen as an opportunity to commit to new initiatives, fresh starts, and improvements in character. But we don’t need […]

Christian Science Sentinel – Dispelling destructive forces

Kathleen Mitchener shared an article this week on the Christian Science Sentinel website titled, Dispelling destructive forces. The article focuses on  prayer during extreme weather: Each year, hurricane season is seen as running from June through November, with September generally anticipated as the most destructive month. Yet, prayer based on an understanding of the all-power […]

Christian Science Monitor – Healed during church

Maryann McKay published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website today about a healing during a Wednesday night church service. She writes: I was traveling for work and was scheduled to be on the road for nine weeks straight with almost no time off. The strenuous schedule left little time for rest. A month […]

Christian Science Monitor – A powerful change of thought

If you missed it, Mark Swinney published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website yesterday addressing the value of yielding to God, divine Love, rather than frustration and complaint. The article says: A simple change of thought often makes all the difference. It can be a change of attitude, a change in the way […]

Christian Science Monitor – There is none else

Jill Gooding published a poem today on the Christian Science Monitor website that highlights how we can never be outside of the powerful, universal presence of God.   God, the great I AM – the only presence. I AM. Here. I AM. There. I AM. Everywhere. Because I AM – ALL.   I am the […]

Morality that’s freeing

Christian Science Monitor – Morality that’s freeing

Allison J. Rose-Sonnesyn published an article on the Christian Science Monitor Website exploring the idea that living our inherent integrity as God’s children brings joy and healing to our lives. The article states: Morality. The word may conjure thoughts of kindness, honesty, justice, integrity, and safety. On the other hand, it could also bring to […]

Christian Science Monitor – What makes a veteran?

Sandy Sandburg published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website considering the spiritual power of qualities such as strength, honor, integrity, and brotherly love expressed by veterans from all walks of life. The following is a segment from this article: On Nov. 11 – a holiday in the United States, Britain, Canada, and other […]

Two lectures Saturday November 10th

On Saturday November 10th there are two wonderful lectures you will not want to miss! Please join us for a free lecture by Josh Niles, CSB, titled “The law of harmony and Christian Science healing” on Saturday November 10th at 10:00 AM. This lecture will take place at: Celebration Garden at the  McGovern Centennial Gardens 1500 Hermann […]

Christian Science Monitor – Harmony and diversity, together

This morning Myriam Betouche published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website discussing the spiritual basis for valuing ourselves and each other while thriving together. Inspired by her country, she goes on to state: In the wake of France’s celebration as two-time champion of the soccer World Cup (1998 and 2018), many are surfing […]

To one person, you may be the world

Christian Science Monitor – To one person, you may be the world

Mark Swinney published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website exploring the value of selflessness that’s not simply about doing good deeds but about letting God’s love impel our actions. The article goes on to state: An active willingness to express qualities such as thoughtfulness, gentleness, forgiveness, and steadfastness helps us recognize our true […]