Thoughts on the study and practice of Christian Science, from those who teach it.
If any one of us feels confused about the road ahead after taking Christian Science class instruction, we can unload what troubles us in prayer to God—and find we are able to go forward.
Our prayers are effective, even if it’s sometimes hard to see the evidence.
Allaying fear first, by understanding God, goes a long way toward solving any problem.
God always lovingly organizes and directs our lives—our job is to reflect Him, listen for His guidance, and follow it.
Feeling impatient in a grocery store line, this writer ponders the best way to prepare for daily challenges.
It isn't when we wake up, but how we wake up that brings peace and purpose to our day.
A Bible verse points to the inspiration that lifts the author out of a "swamp of nowhere thoughts."
For Diane Dailey, recovering her lost wallet wasn't about luck, but about learning to trust God more.
By washing his disciples' feet, Jesus showed us how to treat one another.
Understanding the premise that life is entirely spiritual frees us to see and do good in our lives.