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Lindsey J. Taylor, CSB

I grew up in a family in which Christian Science was at the heart. The Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy became like good friends and from them I learned how to pray.

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Moving? Love will still be with you!

Christian Science Sentinel Article about making friends in a new school. For Focus for younger kids back to school page.

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Beverly R Peake CSB

I grew up near Boston with parents who loved and lived Christian Science.  But it wasn’t until I struck out on my own and worked overseas that I realized Mrs. Eddy’s revelation was for me too.  On returning home, I joined a branch church and took Primary class instruction.

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Spiritual solution to stress on campus

Panel on campus stress

High stress levels among students prompted us to to hold a panel on how prayer and spirituality are relevant to relieving mental stress.

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The Lord's Prayer by Jesus

Beautiful images and music combine in a video that illustrates the spiritual depth in Christ Jesus' prayer for all his followers - the Lord's Prayer. Recommended for all ages.

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What is a CSO?

What is a CSO?

A CSO comes together to bring healing to issues campuses face.

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Tom McElroy, CS

Available for local area lectures onlyI’ve always loved meeting new people and learning fresh and inspiring ideas. Through my study of Christian Science, I’ve found that a better understanding of God helps me connect with all kinds of people and to appreciate and enjoy the many diverse expressions of divine Life and Love which fill the globe.It was my interest in different cultures, people, and ideas that led me to study philosophy at university.

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Robert Coe Gilbert CSB

Although a life-long Christian Scientist, I didn’t embrace it fully until I had to deal with a number of challenges in college. After graduation, I was accepted into The Mother Church chaplain training program, attended seminary, and had a variety of assignments in the Army, including military prisons, hospitals, and a tour of duty in Vietnam. The public practice of healing naturally evolved and I became listed in the Journal in 1976. After completing active duty, my wife and I moved to California, where we raised two sons.

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Christiane West Little CSB

I grew up in a multilingual family in Switzerland and Argentina, with parents dedicated to human rights and world peace—and ultimately, inspired by the spiritual dimension Christian Science brings to these issues. Dad’s yearning to work for peace took them to Geneva, where Christian Science promptly ‘found” them. He was soon healed of an “unhealable” back injury.

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Humanitarian assistance

The Mother Church has funds dedicated to supporting branch churches and Christian Science societies in emergency situations, primarily when impacted by natural disasters. 

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