A guest post written by Bill Priest from San Diego, California I volunteer in a Christian Science Reading Room in Southern California and very often people come in asking for spiritual guidance to help with their problems. What I find very helpful is that there is a practitioner – a person who prayerfully supports the […]
by Don Ingwerson Thanksgiving has always been a favorite time of year for me. Family (including church family) with unity and fellowship all blend to create a unique and heartwarming celebration to really kick off the entire holiday season. Mary Baker Eddy, the author of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, founded the […]
Can fostering a climate of gratitude enhance relationships? Tomorrow families will be coming together to observe Thanksgiving, setting aside time to give thanks for one’s blessings. Our Canadian neighbors, too, set aside a day, but in October. Here is an article by Monica Karal, my colleague from Quebec, Canada that I thought appropriate for the occasion. Monica writes:
by Don Ingwerson This is one of the best weeks of the year on my calendar, as Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. It’s a time to gather family together and slow down, to step away from life’s busy-ness and immerse myself in the love of family, country, and God. But wait a minute. […]
by Don Ingwerson You kept Thanksgiving from being overshadowed by Black Friday – gratitude and family ties triumphed over excess consumerism. Then you cherished the deeper meaning of Christmas and kept the Christmas spirit alive. Love, peace, and charity became the best gifts to give and receive.