Sixteen Weeks to Transformation

I love the Science of Mind. It has changed my life for the better for over 35 years. I love teaching the Science of Mind.  In 1994, as a fairly new minister, I was asked to join our organization’s Board of Education. I was excited to sit in meetings with some very knowledgeable colleagues, including…

New class starting in April

  Study the Spiritual Path with Dr. Heather   Dr. Heather starts a new class in April that takes us back to the Science of Mind basics. This class is based on curriculum Dr. Heather created with a team of ministers in the 1990s and, because it’s filled with wisdom and insight, she is ready…

Impersonal Nature of the Divine

It is great to be “Rooted in the Divine,” and it is good to remember that the principle is infallible. It is working all the time for everyone. “The rain falls on the just and the unjust.” Some people might claim that this is very unfair of God, not to reward those who are good…

A Person Develops a Cold

This year was the first time in years that I got a flu shot. I thought that getting a flu shot would be insurance to support the divine idea of health in me as me, but instead I came down with the flu. I just got out of my pajamas for the first time in several…

Ask a Practitioner: Where did my affirmation go wrong?

Have you ever repeated an affirmation and felt like it didn’t work for some reason?  This month we have a question about affirmations and our very own Rev. Arpad Petrass, a staff minister and practitioner, has a wonderful answer to guide us to clarity and greater effectiveness with our affirmations.  First the question: After re-watching…

Wednesday Wisdom: Experiencing the Power of Spiritual Practice

On just about every Wednesday evening throughout the year, you can find Rev. Judee Chapman, one of our assistant ministers, up on the Center’s platform hosting a middle-week experiential service for an audience who has found something special and extraordinary.  Since starting the mid-week ‘faith lift’ in 2004, six-months after becoming an ordained Religious Science…

Making Big Decisions

What do you do when a big decision looms before you? Of course, we all want to make decisions that are in our highest and best interests. These decisions could include buying a home, having a child, adopting a child, getting  a divorce, moving to e new city or starting a new job. Over the…