Month: June 2009

The future of Christian Science

June 18, 2009 | 4 comments

A while back, while pondering the declining membership I’ve seen in many branch churches of the Christian Science movement, the question beckoned for attention in my mind, “What if the world no longer had Christian Science? Would it matter?” To

Finding the right job

June 17, 2009 | No comments yet

Last spring, I lectured to youth at the Northwest Summit on the topic of living a life of meaning and purpose, how to find the right education and job to find that meaning and purpose and how Christian Science could

Justice and Iran’s elections

June 16, 2009 | 5 comments

Iran held its presidential elections over the weekend and President Ahmadinejad declared himself the victor, despite protests from his challenger Mousavi who claimed the elections were corrupted by fraud. Whether the elections were corrupted, I cannot say, but the heavy-handed

Your spiritual inheritance

June 11, 2009 | 7 comments

This week’s Christian Science Bible lesson has a section on heredity. It explains that God’s preserving power is felt in understanding that we inherit only God’s goodness into our lives, and never disease, evil or mortal shortcomings. I read the

No time for complaint

June 4, 2009 | 5 comments

The economic hardships many people face today are a call on all of us to be grateful more than ever for every good thing we can find in our life. As a practitioner, I pray for supply with people who