Deborah Huebsch says: A most definite NO! Healing is possible for everyone, and there are all kinds of healings. Some healings are instantaneous—they seem almost effortless. Others take growth. One
Susan Mack says: In college, I was visiting a boyfriend’s family. I had shared with this young man some of what it meant to me to practice Christian Science healing,
Big events like the one in Paris can seem overwhelming, and sometimes we feel frozen in place, unable to think or pray. But even when it seems hard to pray, I've found that it helps me to challenge evil, and to refuse its claim to power.
QUESTION: Will a person experience less healing if they do not read the Bible Lesson? Inge Schmidt says: I recently found myself wrestling with a similar question. Before my son
Phil Davis says: I’ve heard Christian Scientists say that in order to have a healing, you have to be in it for more than just the healing results–you have to
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
What is the purpose of CSO? Am I even needed? If so, how can I really make an impact? How does involvement in church and CSO support us as healers? How can they have a healing impact on our communities?