A guest post written by Donna Clifton from Whittier, California. I vividly remember the first time someone made a disparaging remark to me about the power of prayer to heal. Having been raised as a Christian Scientist, I was used to turning to God in prayer whenever a healing was needed. I took it for […]
by Don Ingwerson “We must look deep into realism instead of accepting only the outward sense of things.” This is a powerful statement – made even more powerful by the fact that it was written not in the 21st or the 20th century, but by a woman – Mary Baker Eddy – in the 19th […]
by Don Ingwerson A patient’s fear is an important consideration in treating disease, and the word cancer brings with it significant fear when used in patient diagnosis. That’s what scientists are realizing and why there is now a push to leave out the mention of cancer in diagnosis of certain precancerous conditions.
by Don Ingwerson In this Lives Lived video, we meet Steve. He grew fearful after a large mole appeared on his face, so he began to question what to do. His brother shared a story of someone else with a similar condition having it diagnosed and removed. Steve reflected on all that he had read in […]
Here’s our monthly Spanish translated blog, this time by Debra Chew, my colleague from Tennessee: Todos hemos dicho “lo creeré cuando lo vea”. Pero, ¿consideramos la afirmación contraria: que vemos y experimentamos lo que creemos, incluyendo lo que creemos sobre el envejecimiento? Considere la confianza del Dr. Norman Vincent Peale: “La edad no trae por […]