Our prayer makes a difference to cyber security

From election hacking to a new breach with Yahoo, reports of cyber security issues are widespread. The Christian Science Monitor helps us navigate the issues and be better prepared to pray effectively.

How Social Security numbers became skeleton keys for fraudsters

How Social Security numbers became skeleton keys for fraudsters

The Social Security number is overused and abused by hospitals, banks, and even retailers, putting millions of Americans at risk of identity theft. But experts say it doesn't have to be this way.

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Vulnerable connected devices a matter of 'homeland security'

Vulnerable connected devices a matter of 'homeland security'

Top government officials such as Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson are urging device makers to secure everyday objects that connect to the internet.

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But whoso hearkeneth unto me shall dwell safely, and shall be quiet from fear of evil.

Understanding the control which Love held over all, Daniel felt safe in the lions’ den, and Paul proved the viper to be harmless.

Praying about cyber security

Praying about cyber security

How The Christian Science Monitor helped one woman be able to pray more effectively about cyber security.

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A spiritual response to cyberattacks

A spiritual response to cyberattacks

Cyber experts aim to thwart cyber attacks. And the non-expert can prayerfully assist their efforts. 

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The call for rebellion—and revelation

The call for rebellion—and revelation

Jesus rose in rebellion against adversity and the presence of Spirit, or God, gave him everything he needed to master adverse conditions.

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