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Ruth Geyer CSB

I came into Christian Science as an adult and found it to be just what I’d been searching for -- Mrs. Eddy’s writings described so perfectly something I’d always known deep inside.

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Beverly Goldsmith CSB

My love for Christian Science healing began as a young teenager. My mother and grandmother were healed of chronic ailments, and I was permanently healed of migraine headaches by reading Mary Baker Eddy’s textbook Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.

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Neera Kapur CSB

I was raised in a Hindu family in India, and my religious education about God was that if you do something wrong, God punishes you. As I grew older, I challenged God and said “If you want me to worship you, I want answers.

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Sarah Goetze Hyatt CSB

As a teen struggling with a view of God as punishing and blessing, I had two prevailing thoughts about God: anger and fear. When I was introduced to Christian Science, I did not expect to find solutions to those struggles in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures , but I was intrigued by the ideas that the book was a key to understanding the Bible (which I had grown up reading) and that it explained a divine Science of healing. It seemed reasonable to me that if something is actually a science, then any honest student can learn the rules, apply them, and find predictable results.

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Abigail M Warrick CSB

In 1923 my grandfather was given a copy of Science and Health, and through reading it, healed his five-year-old son (my father) of terminal cancer and polio, whose case had been given up by five physicians. I felt a natural affinity for Christian Science as a young child, and early developed a desire to heal.

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What is Christian Science?

Mary Baker Eddy, who discovered and founded Christian Science, defined it as “the law of God, the law of good . . . ” (Rudimental Divine Science, p. 1). In Christian Science, God is understood to be infinite Love, and so invariably good that a clear glimpse of this through prayer has power to heal, redeem, and restore anyone.

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Outreach and Project Management Internship

International Service Department What is The Mother Church doing to meet the needs of a growing global Christian Science movement?  What challenges are Christian Scientists facing and overcoming in other parts of the world? This internship will provide you an opportunity to learn how the organization coordinates its international activities and to help carry out a multifaceted project supporting members around the world. The Mother Church’s International Service Department is looking for a globally-conscious individual who loves expressing the qualities of a Christian Science nurse, as Mary Baker Eddy describes in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures: “The nurse should be cheerful, orderly, punctual, patient, full of faith, — receptive to Truth and Love.” (p.395:18) We’re looking for an intern who is passionate about the same thing we are: bringing healing to the world.

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