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Do you have a desire to support the Christian Science healing practice throughout the world? Are you interested in learning more about how The Mother Church encourages and supports those interested in the practice? Do you approach things with spiritual intuition and prayer? If so, then the Christian Science Practitioner Activities (CSPA) internship could be just right for you!
Christian Science Reading Rooms are places of hope, where lives are changed. Similar to a library or bookstore, they offer a place for inspiration and prayer. Community spaces where many have been healed by studying the lessons of the Bible and nurturing a deeper connection with God.
Ryan Winslow, University of Michigan graduate, is a classically trained vocalist and singer-songwriter from Bozeman, Montana. He has been soloing in church and composing and arranging music for piano, voice and guitar since age fifteen. His passion is the partnership of music and storytelling and its potential to inspire and heal. He is currently pursuing his music in Nashville, Tennessee. You can listen to his work at ryanwinslow.com.
What do counseling at-risk youth, running an emergency shelter, working as a wilderness ranger, teaching, and coordinating community outreach programs all have in common? These were jobs that led to my being in the full-time practice of Christian Science! Even as a child, lessons from the Bible and Mary Baker Eddy's writings had encouraged and shown me ways to help others. Christian Science gave me a love for Christ Jesus; it also enabled me to follow him by showing how prayer transforms experience by transforming thought. Whether confronting hostile situations, battling a forest fire, or facing physical challenges, prayer enabled me to get beyond the appearance of things to the spiritual truth that brought healing solutions. As God’s love became more real to me and the mental nature of experience became more apparent, so did opportunities to heal.
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.