by Don Ingwerson Many of you may already be aware of the Belief episodes that Oprah is airing on her OWN TV station this week. She spent three years travelling around the globe to find stories of spiritual journeys from a wide range of faith traditions – from Hindu to Muslim to Christian to Jew […]
In the Media
Listen to Marshall Ingwerson, editor, discuss The Christian Science Monitor‘s focus and mission of promoting and covering news that encourages understanding across divides. This type of news is solution-based and offers hope instead of instilling fear. *this blog corrects a previous error in Marshall Ingwerson’s title.
Elodie Reed, the Government Relations Division’s Summer 2013 intern, is now a reporter for New Hampshire’s Monadnock Ledger-Transcript. In her hot-off-the-press article, “Find a health care voice: The individual mandate, individualized,” Elodie discusses Christian Scientists and the Affordable Care Act. Check out Elodie’s article! You may also be interested in Elodie’s metaphysical perspective on her summer […]
by Don Ingwerson We have less than a year to go before the ACA (Affordable Care Act) goes into effect. I’ve noticed many news articles that show many people still have questions about what this means for them. A post by the Federal Committee on Publication site tries to alleviate the confusion by appointing someone […]
by Don Ingwerson The media is continually informing Americans about the upcoming requirement to purchase health insurance. Yet, many find confusing information when searching for what’s available. I found the Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association website interesting as Executive Director Janiva Toler gathers information relating to healthcare insurance and Christian Science in, “Healthcare Answers: Insurance Companies […]