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?
QUESTION: Are there levels of Christian Science? How can I not compare myself with other Christian Scientists? Jenny Sawyer says: Comparisons stink. So wrote Shakespeare—though his version was a bit
Rob Gilbert says: Certainly, prayer requests have happened spontaneously at Christian Science church services. However, I think the deeper issue here is a yearning to see more healing happening at our
Laurie Scott says: Well, some Christian Scientists do contribute ten percent or more of their income to church, and some don’t. What I find helpful in thinking about this question is
Sometimes in our eagerness to help someone else, we completely forget that God speaks loudly and clearly to all Her children. Mary Baker Eddy talked about “the divine message from
QUESTION: Where do you draw the line between enjoying yourself and expressing fun and friendship, and “sin” (i.e. alcohol)? Stephanie Johnson says says: I’ve been told I’m not very good
QUESTION: I have heard someone once say, “If the Christian Science movement was in the 50s era, it would be radical—but now we need to adapt.” Is Christian Science stilted
Annette Dutenhoffer says: Several years ago, I took some Spanish classes at a local community college. As I became more proficient in the language, I enjoyed reading famous works in