Christian Science Monitor – Dive into prayer
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by Amber Moffat
2w ago
An article was posted on the Christian Science Monitor website last week, under A Christian Science Perspective by Ovidio Trentini titled, Dive into prayer: On summer days of intense heat, it is very easy to want to jump into a pool or a lake for a cool dip. A friend from Germany, a former lifeguard, told me that he and his son are always looking for a place to go swimming. He knows the art of diving into inviting waters very well. He commented that when we enter the water, it occupies all the space around us, and we feel joy and happiness and a sense of well-being. This friend is very focused ..read more
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Christian Science Sentinel – Severely injured hand healed
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by Amber Moffat
1M ago
The Christian Science Sentinel online posted an article this week written by Charles Perry Howard titles, Severely injured hand healed: Halfway through my college experience, I was faced with the prospect of moving overseas with my family. I didn’t want to leave my college or the close friendships that had developed. It wasn’t an option to remain in the United States because the family home was being rented for the duration, and it wasn’t possible to stay at the college between semesters. I desired to find a solution that would be beneficial to my family and to me. One day, as I struggl ..read more
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Christian Science Journal: A victory over anxiety
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by Amber Moffat
1M ago
The Christian Science Journal website published an article this month titled, A victory over anxiety: One afternoon in the middle of our son’s fourth-grade year in elementary school, I got a call from the nurse’s office to pick him up. He was feeling nauseous and his head hurt. I brought him home and stayed with him, praying for him. After we had read together that week’s Bible Lesson from the Christian Science Quarterly, he slept a bit and then woke completely free of the symptoms. When the same thing happened at school again, I contacted a Christian Science practitioner and a ..read more
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Another Lecture by Emra Farkas, CS6 on April 16, 2024 in Dallas – “Finding where God can be seen and felt – what’s church got to do with it?”
Christian Science Houston Area Blog
by Amber Moffat
2M ago
If you are unable to join us for the live talk on Saturday, April 13, 2024 at 1:00 pm at the South County Community Center then there will be another talk Tuesday, April 16, 7:00 pm at Third Church Christ Scientist in Dallas: Come hear Emra Farkas, CSB, a Christian Science practitioner and Member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship give a talk on Christian Science on the topic of “Finding where God is seen and felt — What’s church got to do with it?” For a link to the website, please click here ..read more
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Christian Science lecture on April 13, 2024 – “Finding where God can be seen and felt – what’s church got to do with it?” by Emra Farkas, CSB
Christian Science Houston Area Blog
by Gabriel Serafini
3M ago
You are invited to join us for a live talk on Saturday, April 13, 2024 at 1:00 pm at the South County Community Center, The Woodlands! Finding where God can be seen and felt – what’s church got to do with it? by Emra Farkas, CSB Have you ever thought about God as goodness? And God’s creation, including you and everyone else, as a natural extension of that goodness? There is a direct connection between this foundational way of viewing the world and the idea of church. This lecture discusses the role of church—not just as a building or place, but as a new kind of thinking that reveals God’s goo ..read more
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Christian Science lecture on April 6, 2024 – “How to Make Change for the Better” by Janet Hegarty, CSB – in-person and online
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by Gabriel Serafini
3M ago
You are invited to join us in-person or online for a talk titled “How to Make Change for the Better” by Janet Hegarty, CSB on April 6, 2024 at 11:00 am To watch online, click the play button above. You can also listen by phone: Dial: 346-248-7799 Meeting ID: 892 0245 6412# Participant ID: Press # About Janet Hegarty, CSB I may not be an architect, but I know the value of a strong foundation. My life improved when I began building on new views of myself and my identity, which sprang from a better concept of God than I’d had before. This better concept of God brought healing changes to my lif ..read more
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Christian Science Monitor – Weather is not my god
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by Amber Moffat
4M ago
An article was posted on the Christian Science Monitor website last week, under A Christian Science Perspective by Andrea Ward titled, Weather is not my god: It has become so commonplace in social situations to talk about the weather as an ice breaker or as a way to change the topic when someone feels uncomfortable or doesn’t know what to say. Thoughts about weather can be subtle mental whispers, such as “I’m too hot” (or too cold). Or they can become loud “voices” in the physical form of floods, hurricanes, or tornados. How we think about weather can sharply affect our experiences ..read more
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Christian Science Sentinel – Can prayer heal my body?
Christian Science Houston Area Blog
by Amber Moffat
5M ago
The Christian Science Sentinel online posted an article this week by David Hohle titled, Can prayer heal my body? You may believe that prayer can help or heal certain things. But what about a broken bone or something else wrong with your body? This week’s guest, David Hohle, shares his experiences and insights that show how practical—and healing—prayer really is… To read or listen to this article in full on https://sentinal.christianscience.com,please click here.    ..read more
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Christian Science Journal: Deep wound healed
Christian Science Houston Area Blog
by Amber Moffat
5M ago
The Christian Science Journal website published an article by Chérie Hafford Robinson this month titled, Deep wound healed: One day while enjoying an afternoon ride, my horse slipped off a low footbridge and we both fell into the mucky streambed. Before I could get to my feet, the horse stepped on my lower leg to climb back up onto the bridge. I was wearing shorts, and the injury her hoof left was quite deep. My riding companion, also a Christian Scientist, offered prayerful and physical support. I was unable to walk, so she helped me onto her horse for the return trip, and she shared se ..read more
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Christian Science Monitor – ‘And the soul felt its worth’: Answering the Christmas call
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by Amber Moffat
6M ago
An article was posted on the Christian Science Monitor website today, under A Christian Science Perspective by Kim Crooks Korinek titled, ‘And the soul felt its worth’: Answering the Christmas call: There is no part of the Christmas story that better illustrates the spiritual nature of each one’s worthiness, than the Bible account of the angel Gabriel’s visit with Mary. In this story, the angel lets Mary know that she is highly favored, blessed, and honored, as she has been chosen to bring forth a son and name him Jesus. At first, Mary is fearful, but then she humbly accepts the life-changing ..read more
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