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- Video talks on Christian Science
- Christian Science Sentinel audio chats
- “Your Daily Lift” (2-minute audio podcast)
- Sunday services and Wednesday testimony meetings at The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston
Christian Science talks in Washington (all are free and you’re invited)
We’ll post more of these as they become available. Meanwhile, you can watch video talks by many of the same speakers here.
Coming on Sentinel Radio
Listen 24/7 to the Christian Science Sentinel: Radio Edition at SentinelRadio.com (and download broadcasts from the past two years). You can also listen to the program on these stations in Washington:
- Aberdeen – KBKW 1450 AM, 94.7 FM, and kbkw.com – Sunday, 9 a.m.
- Spokane – KQNT 590 AM and 590kqnt.com – Sunday, 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Listen now (24/7) — Humility and healing
Guests: John Adams, Melissa Hayden, Keith Wommack
Humility. Although it may not get a lot of press, many people would probably agree we need to see more of it these days. But being truly humble doesn’t mean belittling ourselves. It’s about putting God first and yielding to His will and wisdom. It’s about subordinating a personal sense of power to the only power there really is—God Himself. And this can lead to healing. Our guests talk about this, and share experiences of healing, on the March 8 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.
March 15 – 21 – Finding freedom from illness, alcohol, fear
Guests: Holly Hughes, Erik Carlson, Carol Gaetjen, Miles Harbur
What’s the way out of sickness, addiction and fear? Many people have found that the answer to each is the same—reliance on God. Awakening to our complete dominion through prayer can help us overcome the most daunting challenges. Our guests share their experiences on the March 15 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.
March 22 – 28 – Love God, love your neighbor
Guests: A.W. Phinney, Barbara Pettis
The Bible teaches how important it is to love God with all our heart and our neighbor as ourself. There may be times when these commandments seem difficult to live by. Yet a deepening love for God and for others is natural to us as His children—and it can lead to healing. Our guests share their experiences on the March 22 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.
March 29 – April 4 – God-inspired artists
Guests: Kari Mashos, Judith and Glenn Felch
Would you like to express more creativity in your life? Many people—including those in the arts—have found a greater freedom of expression through looking to God as the source of their inspiration and individuality. They’ve found that listening for His direction in prayer has enriched creativity in every aspect of their lives. Hear from people with experience in the arts about a spiritually-based approach to creativity—on the March 29 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.
April 5 – 11 – Redemption: Free from the grip of past mistakes
Guests: Bill Moody, Suzanne Becker, John Ranson
Do you feel you’ve made mistakes in your life? Are you looking for redemption and healing? Each of us has done things that may cut us off from feeling good about ourselves, and we long to know if there’s any way we can set things right. Hear from people who rediscovered their original goodness, and found themselves redeemed and healed. That’s on the April 5 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.
April 12 – 18 – God’s protective power–ours to utilize wherever we are
Guests: Chris Johnson, Kari Mashos, James Spencer
Can we be certain of our safety, wherever we are? Or are we dependent on circumstances, and subject to the actions of others? Many people have found that relying on the one God, on His supremacy and love, in every circumstance, places our safety on the highest basis. On the April 12 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel, we’ll hear the first-hand experiences of people who relied on God for their safety in some tough situations, and found His law of good to be a sure help.
April 19 – 25 – “The Lord is my Shepherd”
Guests: Nate Talbot, Kate Lazarus
The well-known words from the Bible “The Lord is my shepherd” are a tender reminder of God’s love for each one of us, of His constant guidance and comforting care. To follow His direction through the teachings and example of Jesus, can bring profound renewal to our lives. Hear about this, and about an instance of a life renewed, on the April 19 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.
April 26 – May 2 – Fresh hope, new possibilities, and the demise of cynicism
Guests: Phil Davis, Sandy Portincaso, James Rosebush
Has cynicism become a habit? Does it seem wise to distrust the motives of most people in authority? Hear from those who felt they had a good reason to be cynical, but chose a different course—a God-inspired one, you might say—that moved events in a helpful direction. That’s on the April 26 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.
‘Daily Lift’ offers spiritual perspective on life’s events
Any time you want a quick spiritual pick-me-up, try the two-minute “Daily Lift.” It’s a short overview of a timely topic—such as employment, severe weather, and loving our neighbor—from a spiritual perspective. There’s a new Daily Lift every weekday. You can find it at ChristianScience.com/DailyLift. Or try the Daily Lift iPhone app.