Talking with Lois, you’ll discover she has a helpful and humble perspective on the “how/when/where/who” questions we all ask ourselves. This may have something to do with her journey.
Heather Hayward shares her time as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher between her flat in London and the family house in Barton on Sea in the southern county of Hampshire. There she loves to walk along the beach and cliffs, where, she says, “I do my best praying.
Before Ann Croft was born, her parents came to know about Christian Science through her grandmother, who was confined to a wheelchair and needed an operation. But because she had a heart condition, the doctors felt an operation was out of the question.
On the surface, Caryl Farkas appears to be an anachronism in her largely secular, academic hometown of Madison, Wisconsin. A Christian Science practitioner and teacher, she has dedicated her life to spiritual healing, and enthusiastically attends and serves in church with her husband and their two children.
Several thousand people who had gathered in the Extension of The Mother Church on the afternoon of June 7, 2009, will never forget a Hymn Sing led by Désirée Goyette. After some routine announcements from the platform, the auditorium fell silent.
Julie Ward could never imagine anything she loved more than ballet. Classically trained, she joined a regional dance troupe in Atlanta, Georgia, and went on to teach and choreograph.
As a teenager, Judy Olson was given a copy of Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by her grandmother. One day, ten years later, she finally decided to read it through from beginning to end.
For Kittie Burris, laughter is much more than a natural reaction to a funny joke. It’s a healing ingredient.
Almost 20 years ago Curt Wahlberg made what many would say was a courageous, life-changing, decision. A successful mechanical engineer, Curt called his boss one day and told him he wouldn’t be returning to work—and he wasn’t sure what he’d be doing next.
Christian Science practitioner and teacher David Haughton has a message—less is more. Less searching for a specific truth to heal a specific problem.