Nate Talbot says: Ah yes, wouldn’t it be convenient if we could orchestrate just how we’d like to deal with the commotion and materialism of the Christmas season? But let’s
Ariana Herlinger says: It can be easy to begin thinking that we, as individuals, don’t really need church. It’s not hard to practice Christian Science on our own. We have
Jenny Sawyer says: I was convinced I couldn’t hear God. Or maybe He just wasn’t saying anything—not to me, at least. After all, when God talked to people like Moses,
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?
Susan Sage says: I spent many holidays suffering from family drama until I prayed to learn more about love. In my prayers, it occurred to me that I could consciously
Annette Kreutziger-Herr says: I had collapsed and fallen into a coma. Mentally, I saw myself sitting alone in a dark room, unable to communicate with the outside world. But I
Deborah Huebsch says: Let’s think about the sun to help answer this question. The sun does all sorts of wonderful things. It dries clothes. It provides a way for plants
John Biggs says: In college, I studied ballet for five years. After the first two years, I understood the theory of ballet fairly well; the muscle movements made sense and