The Real You — No Limitations: A Christian Science Lecture

Watch this Christian Science lecture "The Real You: No Limitations" with Tom McElroy. This lecture was filmed at the Burning Man Festival in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada on August 29, 2012.

Comparing Yourself to Others? Look Deeper.

A Christian Science perspective: On overcoming attitudes of perceived inferiority and superiority. By JAMES EARLY Christ Jesus showed how we can quit judging according to outward appearances, by understanding a deeper reality, the law of God, or divine Science of being. Mary Baker Eddy, who founded this paper, wrote, “Jesus beheld in Science the perfect man,… Continue reading Comparing Yourself to Others? Look Deeper.

What would happen if we viewed health as contagious?

"What if health were catching?", writes Bob Cummings who is a spokesperson for Christian Science and healing through prayer in Michigan. Here's more from his article (go there now). Is it reasonable to consider a good thing as contagious? Isn’t it widely accepted, for example, that laughter can be infectious? What would be the beneficial… Continue reading What would happen if we viewed health as contagious?

Evening Pearls: February 15, 2017

Evening Pearls are scriptural selections and correlative passages from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy taken from our Wednesday Evening Meeting. THIS WEEK’S SUBJECT Spiritual Sense THE BIBLE (King James Version) Hebrews 4:12-15 12 For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing… Continue reading Evening Pearls: February 15, 2017

What do Abraham Lincoln, Mary Baker Eddy and a chaplain at Cook County Jail have in common?

Tim Mitchinson writes: Even though I have read many books on Lincoln, this one included a quote I was unfamiliar with.  About his ideal church, Honest Abe stated, “When any church will inscribe over its altar the Savior’s condensed statement of law and gospel, ‘Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart… Continue reading What do Abraham Lincoln, Mary Baker Eddy and a chaplain at Cook County Jail have in common?