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How the activity of knitting can be a healing expression of love

Anna Bowness-Park
January 21, 2018

It is no accident that the ancient scriptural writings in both the Talmud and the Bible reference the making of garments as an act of love. But also revealing, is a prayer that the apostle Paul made – that we may all be “knit together in love.”

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God’s goodness dispels the darkness

Wendy Margolese
April 24, 2017

In my late 30s, my mother and my mother-in-law, both cherished people in my life, passed away within days of each other. I reeled from grief and felt a darkness overwhelm me. I felt orphaned – bereft of the unconditional love that both these women had expressed toward me.

But I love the Bible, and I knew that it challenges us to look outside the human sense of things and to have faith in God and His role in our lives – that is, to understand God as the source of all good. I’ve also learned that this divine goodness is the truth of our experience, in which happiness and health are our normal condition.

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How do you worship God?

Tim Mitchinson
September 13, 2017

People all over the world worship God in many different ways. For many of us, worship includes maintaining a consistent awareness of God’s presence and love, and having an impact on the world by living from that basis. It includes words and deeds of kindness and grace.

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The Press Room

In a world fraught with religious strife and division, genuine understanding between people of differing faiths and backgrounds sometimes seems as rare as it is vital. Stereotypes abound. Religious believers often find it hard to see past their differences. Secular commentators often lump all faiths together as if they were the same. Similar obstacles are equally common in public perceptions of Christian Science.

Christian Science Committees on Publication have been in dialogue with the world since the early years of the denomination. The clearing away of misconceptions of Christian Science that would obstruct genuine understanding is at the heart of their work. In establishing the Committee office, the church’s founder, Mary Baker Eddy, instructed that this work be carried out “in a Christian manner” (Church Manual, p. 97). The purpose is not spin or the promotion of a public image, but to bear witness to truth. The spirit is that of healing, not criticism of those who disagree.

On the Press Room, you’ll find examples of letters written by Committees, as well as other resources that address common misconceptions.

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Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.

Isaiah 41: 10

 

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