Keith Wommack is a Syndicated Health Blogger. He writes about the connection between Health, Thought, and Spirituality, and the powerful impact they have on each other. He is also a husband, step-dad, and Christian Science practitioner and teacher. He has been described as a spiritual spur (since every horse needs a little nudge now and then).
Hate is a cattle prod. It finally nudges some over the brink to commit the kind of violent acts that have shocked us recently, both foreign and domestic.
You and I might know we’d never get pushed that far. But what if we are nursing some unyielding disdain of our own? Are we then helping to create a loveless environment ripe for justifying crime?
One hundred and fifty years ago, after a couple of decades of research, trials, and victories, a woman in New England - Mary Baker Eddy - discovered it was possible to experience health regardless of lifestyle, diet, and genes.
Boston, MA — By: Richard Evans, Manager, Christian Science Committees on Publication
When Christian Scientists convened in Boston, Massachusetts, Monday, June 6, for the annual meeting of their denomination, they faced a question that many mainline Christian churches also confront: can church be relevant today?
“I always had a cigarette in my mouth. The first thing I did in the morning was light up.”
Bob was addicted to smoking. He was a “four packs a day” man. He knew his habit could destroy his health but that didn’t seem to make any difference.
How many times have you watched a drum line perform and found yourself moving to the beat of those drums?
There’s a pulse, a rhythm to life, and the sounds of synchronized drumming somehow seem to stir us to recognize the marvel of that.
The tragedy of fifteen-year-old Sadie Walker has me thinking about lifelines.