Susan Stark, Dilshad Khambatta Eames, Heather E. Worley, and A. J. Kiser interviewed by Eric D. Pagett -
Do you want to know God better? Do you want to learn to heal through spiritual laws? Do you want to be a force for good in the world? Primary class instruction in Christian Science may be the next step for you. Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, provided a course for earnest students to gain a clear understanding of the teachings and practice of Christian Science.
By Martine Blackler -
About two years ago I had a bad fall while walking in my garden at home. I was wearing thick winter socks, so I did not at first see the injury, but it felt as though there were broken bones in one foot, and the pain was severe.
with Amy Lang -
Are miracles just extraordinary events in the physical world that no one can explain? Or is there a practical Science behind these events that can be learned and applied to daily living? Listen as Dr. Amy Lang, a professor of aerospace engineering and mechanics, shares her insights into the healing works of Christ Jesus and the divine principles she used to accomplish them.
with Mary Trammell and Curt Wahlberg -
Listen in as our guests explore the importance of understanding and embracing the Christian Science concept of the cross and how this leads to the crown of healing.
with Evan Mehlenbacher and Gillian Rees -
Listen in as our guests discuss how each one of us, as God's beloved child, can turn to and trust God and see how that brings guidance and equipoise into our daily lives.
It was a cold winter morning, and I had settled on my living room floor, along with my Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, to study the weekly Christian Science Quarterly Bible Lesson on “Spirit. ” After reading halfway through the Lesson, I looked up and stared out my patio doors.
Concord Express A Christian Science Study Resource
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