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Since lifts are designed as audio recordings, we do not feel that each Lift works in text. For writings on Christian Science, we recommend The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel and Heralds at jsh-online.com.
An “archive” page does not exist yet. However, you can listen to any Daily Lift by visiting our Daily Lift home page at /lectures/daily-lift/. At the bottom of the page click “Next entries” for earlier Daily Lifts.
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99% of the music on your Daily Lift was composed especially for the podcast by the "Daily Lift band." Nate Frederick and his friends continue to compose and record original music for your Daily Lift in The Mother Church recording studios in Boston, MA. Many of these musicians are local musicians who have CDs for purchase. You can google their names if you’re interested. Here are the credits:
- Nathan Frederick: acoustic & electric guitar, electric bass, percussion, piano
- George Clements: acoustic & electric guitar, mandolin, electric bass, piano
- Ben Vaughan: harmonica, acoustic guitar, accordion, percussion, voice
- Ian Case: double-neck acoustic guitar, fretless electric guitar, kalimba
- Patrick M'Gonigle: fiddle
- Tabea Mangelsdorf: piano, vocals
- Christa Seid-Graham: vocals, piano, keyboard
- Erik Higgins: upright bass
- Louis Fram: upright bass
- Alex Cook: acoustic & electric guitar, electric bass, voice
- Wayne Ingram: electric guitar, piano
- Tim Dixon: acoustic & electric guitar
- Jon Hinthorne: piano
- Matt Zacharino: electric bass
- Scott Sheehan: electric bass
- Tim Smith: drum kit
- Andy Bickerton: drum kit
- Corey O’Connor: drum kit
- Jessica Hayes: flute
- Susie Jostyn: saxophone
- Laura Lapointe: vocals
CDs featuring these musicians can be found here:
Please forward any inquiries to email@example.com. Most of our recordings will continue to come from those who are actively contributing to Mother Church activities, including lecturers, writers, editors, etc.
I enjoyed sharing online comments after each Lift. Will you consider allowing this again in the future?
Devoting our focus to reflecting prayerfully on the message shared in each Lift, and sharing them with others, and digging deeper into the related content for each Lift, will bring great blessings!
If you have a Facebook account, consider posting the Daily Lift there and inviting friends and others to leave comments right on your own Facebook page.
We will continue to occasionally provide a week of themed lifts.
Hearing from more contributors and linking each Lift to deeper resources, we feel, is a very progressive step for everyone. For example, Lifts from the Monitor will link to articles and editorials on related topics. Lifts from the Bible Lesson community will link right to the weekly Bible Lesson, and Lifts by contributors to the Christian Science periodicals will link to articles and testimonies by the people who are sharing the Daily Lift. And Lifts by lecturers will point to the online and local lectures offered by these lecturers. The point is, Daily Lifts are not so much an end in themselves, but an invitation to go more deeply into the spiritual resources that inspired the Lifts.
Are these Lifts still going to be suitable for sharing with those not familiar with Christian Science?
Yes, these lifts should reach an even broader, more diverse audience. With these changes, we also anticipate that many regular listeners and newcomers will discover and rediscover the sourcebooks for the Daily Lift inspiration: the Bible and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy, and all the related publications and activities of the Christian Science Church.
A majority of contributors on your Daily Lift are practitioners of Christian Science healing. Their contact information can be found on The Christian Science Journal directory here: http://journal.christianscience.com/directory.
All the contributors on your Daily Lift are students of Christian Science; most contributors are full-time practitioners of Christian Science healing; some are teachers of Christian Science. Information on practitioners and teachers of Christian Science can be found on The Christian Science Journal directory: http://journal.christianscience.com/directory
Will there be a pattern to the Lifts? For example, Lifts from members of the Board of Lectureship Lifts always on Friday?
Although, you may see some patterns in how Lifts appear, it is daily prayer that governs the posting of Daily Lifts more than strict guidelines.
Yes. You can click the download button below the audio player on ChristianScience.com/dailylift and save these lifts to your computer. If you’re having trouble, you may want to right click (or control+click on Macs) on the download button and click “save as”. Then you can download the file to wherever you’d like on your computer.
You will continue to see certain Daily Lifts in multiple languages.
Yes, you will continue to see the occasional live video and/or animated Lift.