Monthly Archives: January 2015

You are Worthy by Tyler Perry – Saturday 31 January 2015

  … where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. (Matthew 6:21) * Love giveth to the least spiritual idea might, immortality, and goodness, which shine through all as the blossom shines through the bud. Mary Baker Eddy 518:19–21     Do you Know Your Worth? January 24, 2015 by Tyler Perry         Yes, this… Read more »

Unconditional Love: A Way Out of Youth Homelessness – Friday 30th January 2015

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  As a shepherd seeketh out his flock in the day that he is among his sheep that are scattered; so will I seek out my sheep, and will deliver them out of all places where they have been scattered in the cloudy and dark day. I will feed my flock, and I will cause them to lie down, saith… Read more »

Lance Bass’ Southern Baptist mom tells church the “miracle” of unconditional love for gay son – Thursday 29th January 2015

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  The physician who lacks sympathy for his fellow-being is deficient in human affection, and we have the apostolic warrant for asking: “He that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?” Not having this spiritual affection, the physician lacks faith in the divine Mind and has not that recognition… Read more »

The ANTIDOTE to self-hatred from homophobia in families & faith communities (VIDEO) – Wednesday 28th January 2015

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  Christian Science practitioners with whom I have discussed homosexuality have called it everything from a disease to a tragedy to a moral lapse.  Other practitioners, none being ‘official’ voices of the church –especially younger members–have a more modern view.  In this, Christian Scientists mirror the range of attitudes in American Society, which recently has evolved from disapproval to acceptance… Read more »

The Christian Science Monitor: An Evolving Experiment in Journalism by Linda K. Fuller + HRC discusses LGBT inclusion in faith communities – Tuesday 27th January 2015

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  The Christian Science Monitor: An Evolving Experiment in Journalism. by Linda K. Fuller   Overview The Christian Science Monitor is one of the world’s leading journalistic publications, having won multiple Pulitzer prizes for its reporting. CSM is innovative and forward-thinking as well—it was one of the first newspapers to provide an online copy of its daily reporting in 1996, well before the… Read more »

2015 Oscar Nominations for LGBT-inclusive films with A CS Perspective (The Beauty of Diversity) – Monday 26 January 2015

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  Sometimes those who are different can make all the difference.   I purposely waited to publicize my response to seeing Selma. And after much thought, I still have “no words,” for lack of a better phrase to describe such a moving experience. However, there are words that came to the forefront of my thought, and I gladly share them… Read more »

When All Is Said And Done For Alan Turing – Saturday 24 January 2015

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  Turing stands alongside Churchill, Eisenhower, and a short glory-list of other wartime principals as a leading figure in the Allied victory over Hitler.  Some historians estimate that Bletchley Park’s massive codebreaking operation, especially the breaking of U-boat Enigma, shortened the war in Europe by as many as two to four years. If U-boat Enigma had not been broken, and… Read more »

The Enigma of WWII Codebreaker Alan Turing & The Christian Science Monitor – Friday 23 January 2015

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  7 Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened to you: Matthew 7:7 Authorized (King James) Version (AKJV)                   7:31 The Enigma of WWII codebreaker Alan Turing – VIEW THE VIDEO by CBS Sunday Morning 2 months ago 17,035 views HD …. Read more »

How “Our Daily Bread” Brought Healing – Submitted by Susan Adams – Thursday 23 January 2015

  by Susan Adams 01/19/2015 Reprinted with permission I can’t express how much your posting of this poem [ see below]  means to me. My mom, a lifelong Christian Scientist, passed about 25 years ago. I received the news hours before I was to present a writing seminar for a Fortune 200 company in St. Louis. I still had to… Read more »

Mother love SURVIVES – Wednesday 21 January 2015

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  Mother (and father) love may be more powerful than you think. Two psychologists at the University of Arizona in Tuscon say that when children feel loved, they become healthier adults. They based their conclusions on a study done with 87 Harvard undergraduates in the 1950s, who were interviewed 35 years later. Students who gave their parents high ratings on the… Read more »