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, […]

Gathering Together In Church Without Boundaries

Christian Science Sentinel – Gathering together in Church without boundaries

The Christian Science Sentinel posted an article by Mark Swinney titled, Gathering together in Church without boundaries: While church buildings and members organized so as to work efficiently together in service to God and mankind certainly continue to be exceedingly relevant, are there other approaches to gathering together in Christ’s name? Lately, people have been […]

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 […]

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 […]

Fear

Christian Science Sentinel – God’s Universe, No Fear There!

The Christian Science Sentinel recently re-posted an article written by John Detch in 2009 titled, God’s Universe, No Fear There! It regards the topic of fear – a topic that has become more relevant these days: Many of us face times when fear tries to take over. But I’ve found that no matter how serious […]

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Christian Science Sentinel – Christ: The door to healing and for healers

Connie Coddington and Barbara Vining share a Sentinel Watch titled, Christ: The door to healing and for healers: On this edition of Sentinel Watch, our guests discuss the light Jesus threw on the nature of his healing practice when he said, “I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved” (John […]

Sharing Christian Science Unselfishly

Christian Science Sentinel – Sharing Christian Science Unselfishly

Beth Campbell shared an article on the Christian Science Sentinel website titled, Sharing Christian Science Unselfishly. The article touches upon a personal story: One Saturday morning not too long after I’d been a guest at an inspiring Christian Science association meeting on the topic of unselfishness, I woke up with the idea to volunteer at […]

Follow That Star

Christian Science Sentinel – Follow that star

Myrra Johnson shared an article on the Christian Science Sentinel website titled, Follow that star. The article touches upon the holiday season: I am always amazed when I look up at the stars at night. The wonder of God’s handiwork makes me stand in awe. I can well imagine how the wise men many, many years […]

Tackling Global Issues, With Prayer

Christian Science Sentinel – Tackling global issues, with prayer

Emily Faulkner shared an article on the Christian Science Sentinel website titled, Tackling global issues –  with prayer. The article discusses the power of prayer: Emily Faulkner, a global studies major, lives at a unique intersection of thought. On the one hand, her major has exposed her to an in-depth analysis of some of the […]

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 […]