Ariana Herlinger says: When some of my friends have left Christian Science, I’ve found myself wondering if maybe it just wasn’t their path. But I’ve come to realize how ridiculous
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
Save the whales: Join The Mother Church. Think we’re kidding? Actually, when you join with “the greatest and holiest of causes” there’s really no end to the good you can
The Rev. Dr. Ricky Porter is academically polished; he’s metaphysically deep; and at the same time he’s as funny and down-home a person as you’d ever want to meet. Check out
Shirley Paulson says: This is a fun kind of question, because it makes you stretch beyond the way you’ve thought about things before. So, to begin, I tried to imagine
If you haven’t yet had the pleasure, meet Paul White. Paul’s Stronghold School in Ventura, California is giving dropouts, street folks, ex-cons, and others the physical and metaphysical support they need to
QUESTION: Can church services be jazzed up? How can they be made more interesting to the younger generation? David Evans says: Most of us have been to a music concert.
QUESTION: Why are Christian Science churches emptier than they were 50 years ago? Bill Warrick says: There can be no doubt fewer people are attending Christian Science churches than 50