Jenny Sawyer says: I’ve hit the occasional Christian Science slump. Through these experiences, I’ve learned that the answers that lift us out of a spiritual rut are as individual as
Mark Swinney says: Suppose you used modeling clay and created several hundred number fives. Then, after the fives were dry and hardened, you tried to see how many you could
QUESTION: I really want to find “the one.” Can God and Christian Science help me? John Biggs says: Yes! Your life isn’t a game of connect-the-dots, with “the one” being
Deborah Huebsch says: Suppose that last night, you had a dream. In that dream, your beloved pet was stolen. It was heart-wrenching and distressing. When you woke up, a great
QUESTION: Why are we so adamantly opposed to alcohol and drugs? Aren’t we giving them more power by treating them like the plague? Shelly Richardson says: When my daughter Rachel
QUESTION: Why is it that if I’m having an ongoing problem, other Christian Scientists’ first assumption is that I must not be studying the Bible and Science and Health enough?
QUESTION: Sometimes I get stuck thinking or doing the same crazy thing over and over again. How can I break free from this horrible cycle? Tom McElroy says: Obsessive thoughts
QUESTION: Why do Christian Scientists only use seven synonyms for God? There could be a lot more. Amy Richmond says: I love this question because it’s the very question that first made