In this JSH-Online. com audio podcast , adapted for print, Christian Science practitioner and teacher Kevin Graunke spoke with Audio Producer Rita Polatin.
The Mary Baker Eddy Library is an incredible resource for anyone interested in Mary Baker Eddy and Christian Science. From supporting top-notch scholarship and research about Mrs.
In this JSH-Online. com audio podcast, adapted for print, Christian Science practitioner Kurt Stark spoke with Audio Producer Rita Polatin.
For Valerie Unger, “Feed my sheep”—instruction from Christ Jesus that she has been thinking a great deal about lately—serves as an apt job description. As Manager of Branch and Reading Room Activities at The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, she has found this to be a guiding light for her and her colleagues in nurturing its branches and societies, and in helping strengthen their foundation in Christ-healing.
The year that Mary Baker Eddy established The Christian Science Monitor , its Editor-in-Chief, Archibald McLellan, wrote that Christian Scientists were “requested to subscribe for the Monitor” because its success rested solely on their support, though they alone would not be interested in a paper of such high quality and “character” ( Christian Science Sentinel, October 17, 1908 ). More than simply subscribe to the Monitor, or read it, the expectation was that Christian Scientists everywhere would engage with its content on a deeply spiritual level, in order to help meet humanity’s pressing need for stability, justice, peace, and healing, in a challenging world.
Mary Baker Eddy authored a wide range of articles, essays, and letters on Christmas, all found in Prose Works. These writings by Mary Baker Eddy are collected in the book What Christmas Means to Me and Other Christmas Messages.
David Kennedy, Editor of the Christian Science magazines, has been thinking and praying about the magazines Mary Baker Eddy founded since he began writing for them in 1975. In this interview with Managing Editor, Susan Stark, David talks about the importance of faithfully and clearly conveying the teachings of Christian Science in its applicability to all of humanity’s needs.
When you first engage in conversation with Lyle Young, the Clerk of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, you might be surprised at what you hear—that is, if your mother tongue is French, Spanish, Portuguese, or Dutch. He speaks them all fluently.
Linda Kohler has been a Christian Science nurse for about 30 years. She graduated magna cum laude from Southern Methodist University in theater/directing, and a year later began Christian Science nursing training at Arden Wood in San Francisco.
Connie Coddington, Manager of Christian Science Practitioner Activities at The Mother Church, talks about why this new format has gained such momentum. Connie, since these roundtables got going a few months ago, there’s been a real spike in bookings.