We launched the “Why Church” workshops in the fall of 2014. They took place with CSOs and college students across the United States. We dug deep into the purpose of
Jenny Sawyer says: My first job out of college was at The Christian Science Journal. So whenever I met someone new, Christian Science became part of the conversation almost immediately.
Annette Dutenhoffer says: Personal attachment—an unbalanced focus on someone or something—can lead us into trouble. Sometimes it’s subtle, and may not seem like a big deal—like when we only feel
Lari Snorek-Yates says: Christian Science is best known by the experiences of those practicing its teachings. Each of us can change the image of Christian Science and bring new life
Laura Lapointe says: A few years ago, I got to know a woman with whom I sang in a gospel choir. I had come to really respect and admire her
Phil Davis says: Chronic or longstanding issues are not to be taken lightly. They affect our bodies, careers, relationships, and our longevity. However, I know they can be healed, and
Question: Can I work with two practitioners at once if each of them is helping me with a different issue? Like if I’m working with one on a long-term physical