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There are many ways to respond to the needs of the campus with CSO activities.
Guidelines for print and electronic displays in Christian Science Reading Rooms
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This podcast is first in an eight part audio series in which Bible scholar Barry Huff offers spiritual insight into each line of the Lord's Prayer. (Recommended for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-17)
Bible scholar Barry Huff takes a look at the idea of “Father” thru the lens of the Lord's Prayer. (Recommended for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-17)
What does it mean to hallow God's name? Bible scholar Barry Huff explores this question, and more. (Recommended for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-17)
"Give us this day our daily bread" is the first line of the Lord's Prayer that focuses on our needs. Bible scholar Barry Huff discusses how this line of Jesus' prayer is about more than bread—it's about God's abundance and caring for our neighbors. (Recommended for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-17)
Bible scholar Barry Huff discusses the tremendous significance of debt forgiveness in Biblical times, and how this might be relevant for us today. (Recommended for ages 11-17)