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All Christian Science Perspective

  • Jerusalem – city of hope

    In today’s column, a woman reflects on a recent visit to Jerusalem and explores the universal message of hope and healing that Christ Jesus’ resurrection inspires.

  • Easter gladness every day

    With depression and suicide a growing challenge in today’s world, this contributor shares how ideas that have their basis in the life and teachings of Christ Jesus led her to lasting freedom from suicidal thoughts.

  • ‘Let patience have its perfect work’

    In today’s column, a woman shares how she found a greater capacity for patience in her interactions with others while patiently and persistently praying for the healing of a physical problem.

  • Safety amid violent conflict

    Today’s contributor reflects on what comforted, inspired, and kept him safe during a dangerous time in Northern Ireland.

  • Overcoming loneliness through prayer

    In today’s column, a woman shares how the dark clouds of loneliness lifted as she opened her heart to God’s love and found a more satisfying basis for relationships than smoking and drinking to fit in.

  • Loving all, healing hatred

    Today’s column explores how letting tender seeds of spiritual perception take root and flourish in our hearts can help destroy hatred and support peace in the world.

  • Thoughts worth thinking

    Today’s column explores how increasing our understanding of God even a small amount can lead to healing.

  • From cynicism and animosity to peace

    In today’s Perspective, a woman shares how a difficult situation at work was resolved through the power of prayer, and how she felt her own anger and self-justification vanish. 

  • A higher foundation for happiness

    Today’s column takes a closer look at what constitutes true happiness.

  • Thinking differently about politicians

    Today’s contributor shares how cynicism about a local election lifted as she considered what it means to follow the Bible’s counsel to “love one another,” even in the face of a polarizing public figure.

  • Don’t take the (click)bait

    Today’s column explores how we can overcome the pull of sensationalized news through understanding that there’s a higher power we can rely on to inform our actions.

  • Unity, not division, is what’s natural

    Today’s contributor shares his experience of how divisiveness can give way to a spirit of cooperation. 

  • Redeeming ‘thoughts and prayers’

    Today’s column explores how an openness to God as infinitely good can lift our “thoughts and prayers” to be more than just words – supporting and inspiring efforts to meet the world’s challenges.

  • To find what the world is trying to be

    Today's column examines our role as individuals in building a just society and healing a world in great need.

  • Lump on head healed

    While the impact of “thoughts and prayers” has been questioned by many after recent news events, today’s contributor found how a different approach to prayer effectively resolved a frightening health concern with full healing.  

  • Hope for the addicted

    Today’s contributor shares how she found freedom from a three-pack-a-day smoking habit as she gained a more spiritual sense of her identity.

  • Universal womanhood

    In the spirit of International Women’s Day, today’s contributor shares an experience that points to how each individual can #PressforProgress by taking a stand for the right of men and women everywhere to express strength, goodness, and purity.

  • The rescue of the gull

    In today’s column, a woman shares how an encounter with a man struggling to free a seagull from a fishing line led to gratitude for our ability to acknowledge and feel God’s care.

  • Not helpless, but protected

    Today’s column explores the idea that our existence isn’t a matter of chance, because God cares for each and every one of us eternally.

  • #MeToo: Where do we go from here?

    Today’s contributor shares how verbal harassment she faced at the office ended as she considered the true nature of men and women alike.