I live in an area of the country where a lot of families have lost their homes and businesses because of economic conditions. Kids have changed schools and friends. Moms and dads have new pressures – many outside their control.Continue Reading
Relocating for a career move, a bigger or smaller home, or any other reason, is part of most people’s life experience. But it may be surprising to learn how often we move: Americans make an average of 11.7 moves in a lifetime, and from age 18 on, people will move an additional 9.1 times, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.Continue Reading
Here’s another great example of the power of Christian Science to heal. Meet Cynthia. She suffered from severe food allergies, which kept getting worse. She then started reading Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy and found that she could now eat normally. From that point on, she never suffered from food allergies again.Continue Reading
For the past several years I have had the opportunity to work with troubled college students as a part-time counselor. Being an active Christian Scientist for nearly forty years, I have come to understand how spiritual principles supersede all other healing methods – including in the field of addiction.Continue Reading
Ask anyone what they think is the most important thing in life, and they’ll usually give the same answer – health. So I was not surprised when I met Roy at a community meeting where we discussed spirituality and healthy life styles. What he said showed that the development of qualities of the inner self were not only more important than his daily work, but also that these inner qualities were quite significant in determining the quality of everyday life experiences.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
Health – it’s on everyone’s mind in one way or another. It directly affects quality of life and the ability to find happiness and purpose. But have you ever wondered why I – as a Christian Scientist – am spending so much time on the topic?
A guest post from Rahla Frohlich from La Cañada, California.
Recently my husband and I had the opportunity to walk the cobbled streets of Passau, just over the border in Germany. Our group admired the ancient fortress, which dates back to 1499, while listening with rapt attention to our guide, Andrea. This group consisted of a dozen fellow travelers from our river boat cruise, all friendly, all interested, and all busy looking up at the old buildings. No one was looking down at the rough cobblestones, least of all me.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
Is it important to focus entirely on the body in order to know how to maintain your health? Is health exclusively dependent on material things (blood, bones, etc.), as has been generally accepted over time? Or does the fact that the body is comprised of energy suggest that health is affected and controlled by something else?Continue Reading
A guest post written by Rhonda Turvey from La Mesa, California
Over the past several years, I’ve been happy to participate in a number of local health fairs. My experience has been that many of these gatherings focus on aging and its associated challenges, such as Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss.Continue Reading
A guest post written by Graham Bothwell from Pasadena, California
Most of us accept the limitations of a physical life and its associated physical remedies. One aspect of this is the expectations of reduced capabilities with age; and yet we often don’t realize there is a spiritual approach to handling this.Continue Reading