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Not my will…

“I don’t get to call a storybook ending. Because it’s really God’s story being told by God.” So says Tricia Chantha, who tells one of the three tales we’ve chosen

WASH U CSO Overcomes Obstacles to Become Recognized

| Washington University, St. Louis

Although our CSO has been active on campus for about 50 years, we’ve never been recognized by our Student Union until our appeal was approved this month. Years ago, when

Prayerwatch: Boko Haram

It’s your world…your prayers can help to bring healing and salvation to humanity. The Christian Science Monitor shows you where your prayers are needed. Dig in. Read the article and

Can we time travel?

Annette Dutenhoffer says: The phrase “time travel” conjures up images of modern-day people either heading back in time to be chased by a T-Rex, or dropping into the future where

Rebecca Minor: Because God Loves Us

The Backstory Rebecca tells how she wrote this song based in the inspiration that came to her in response to a personal experience. Rebecca is one of the two co-soloists

Healing sorrow

One in ten Americans takes antidepressants. For women in their 40s and 50s, the figure is an astonishing one in four. Worldwide, more than 350 million people are thought to

La cosa más preciada que podía dar

Era uno de esos días. No lograba poner en marcha los planes que me había propuesto. Había pasado la mañana pensando en “la caridad”. Quería sentir el profundo aliento de

I can still love

My grandfather had a salvage business. Discarded refrigerators, stoves, mixers, vacuumn cleaners—we looked for all of them as we drove through town, bouncing around the cab of his old dump