What did you do? The College of William and Mary has a reputation for depression and suicides, which is often attributed to the high stress levels among students. It is
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?
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
We can take a firm stand for the truth of our spiritual identity even in the face of overwhelming obstacles. When we do, we experience healing. Hear what Christian Science
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