When Mary Baker Eddy founded The Christian Science Monitor in 1908, she gave the directive to publish one article on Christian Science every day. Each article delivers a response to a topical issue in the news from a Christian Science perspective. These articles inspire readers to look through a spiritual lens when responding to the news and focus their supportive prayers toward an issue facing the global community. For more articles than the ones listed below, visit the Christian Science perspective section on csmonitor.com.
Many who have struggled with depression and anxiety know that the greatest need is to be free of self-condemnation and dark thoughts that feel out of control. In the midst of all that we do for our jobs, for our families, and for others, we often forget to care for and even love ourselves.
Why hope can replace discouragement in the effort to find solutions to climate change.
Each pope has brought to his task a deep faith in God and the conviction that God will sustain the church through whatever trials it faces. The spiritual gifts that come to all who love God and seek to serve Him with their whole hearts will strengthen and sustain Pope Francis as he takes up his myriad tasks.
The movie "Lincoln" provides some insights on the slavery we fight today.
The healing of the negative aspects of comedy will bring a more intelligent, meaningful sense of humor into our lives, bringing genuine insight and joy.
God’s plan of abundance for each of His ideas is indeed in operation. What better time to remember this than when that penny-pinching feeling tries to eclipse our expectancy of good.
International Women's Day celebrates the progress of women and alerts the world to areas where more progress is needed.
Anyone who takes an active interest in the daily news naturally hopes to see signs of progress in areas of concern for humanity’s welfare.
On the trail of relief from sinusitis.