by Don Ingwerson. Many times in my life I’ve felt compelled to dig deeply in prayer to combat perceived problems in the world. Each time I’ve felt this yearning, I find Mary Baker Eddy‘s chapter on prayer in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures to be particularly powerful.
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by Don Ingwerson There’s probably no way to avoid the conflict that we have all been feeling with public discourse, whether political, environmental, educational, or spiritual. And for many there is probably a feeling of duck and cover or aggressively standing for what feels right. Many question not only what is true or what should […]
by Don Ingwerson Anger and entrenched views seem to be today’s prevailing political climate – and this is causing disharmony within many, if not all, aspects of every day life. It was dismaying to hear of the recent shooting attack at a congressional baseball event. But what is heartening is the ability on both sides […]
A guest post written by Ronald Scott A recent study by the Pew Forum on religion and public life found that the number of Protestants in America is slowly declining. The study suggests that a major factor driving the decline is “an increase in religiously unaffiliated Americans.” Two-thirds of them still say they believe in […]
A guest post by Bill Downs The parable of the prodigal son in Luke is a much loved and discussed teaching of Christ Jesus, and every time it’s included in the weekly lesson, I find some new aspect or inspiration about it. Kim Shippey wrote an article for the November 18, 2002, Christian Science Sentinel, […]