Are there preventative measures from feelings of helplessness and other anxieties? My colleague Anna Bowness-Park from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada wrote a thoughtful article on the maternal love within each of us. Here is what Anna, a regular contributor to the Vancouver Sun, had to share:Continue Reading
A guest post written by Evelyn Brookins from Laguna Niguel, California.
My dreams have never been memorable or important – instead mostly just a jumble of illusions. But recently I had a dream that carried a singular and memorable message.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
Hope, faith, charity, unity, brotherhood. These are the qualities that we all live for and strive to protect. Many may say that one or the other political candidate is the better person to lead this effort, often with acrimonious and divisive actions and speech. Going forward after the election results are in, we each have the opportunity to instead foster the good in each other, bridging the perceived differences, and loving our neighbors and fellow countrymen.Continue Reading
By Don Ingwerson
Here is another great Lives Lived video, featuring Jeremy. After being diagnosed with a parasitical illness, he spent seven/eight years searching for healing with medical treatment. At a low point, his father introduced him to Christian Science, where he found complete healing.Continue Reading
SPECIAL UPDATE: Before we get to today’s blog, I’d like to draw your attention to this Daily Lift referencing spiritual thoughts following the election.
Is spirituality the core of our existence? My colleague Keith Wommack of Texas speaks to the child-like thought in all of us when he points out the importance of gaining an understanding of our children’s spirituality and our own. Here is Keith’s recent post.
A guest post written by Anne Stearns Condon from Thousand Oaks, California
What is truth? How can it be defined? It appears that we live in a world embroiled in lies and deception and dishonesty. Yet these warnings are found in the Bible: “Thou shalt not raise a false report: Keep thee far from a false matter;” (Exodus 23:1, 7). All through Scripture the thread of truth speaks with clarity and confidence about what is genuine and trustworthy.
When we hear of blatant untruths, the first reaction is often shock and disbelief. But then we can easily become dismissive of such assertions and that leads to indifference, apathy, and the covering up of what needs to be revealed.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
As the holidays approach, individuals respond to the season in both positive and negative ways. Many worry about overindulging in food and drink, others are painfully reminded of past events, and still others experience increased loneliness.Continue Reading
Here’s our monthly article translated into Spanish, this time written by my colleague Bob Cummings from Michigan.
NBC News sacó a la luz un reportaje el año pasado acerca de un estudio que descubrió que los pacientes con cáncer casados tienen un 20 por ciento más de posibilidades de vencer a la enfermedad. El periodista resume el reportaje refiriéndose “al poder del amor en la lucha contra el cáncer.”Continue Reading
A guest post written by Marilyn Keith from Yorba Linda, California
Has abundant supply, as beautifully stated by Mary Baker Eddy, health researcher and founder of Christian Science, ever seemed elusive to you? She wrote in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures: “To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings.” And what blessings I’ve found – often through God working in mysterious ways that I never thought possible!Continue Reading