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A link to all my published religious articles, testimonies, reports as well as video and audio recordings is shown below.  These include those published in the Christian Science Journal, the Christian Science Sentinel and the Christian Science Monitor.  They are all posted on ChristianScience.com.



Answering Tough Questions about Christian Science:
Daily Lifts
Free of the past!
October 16, 2014
Life is worth living
November 19, 2014
 He is risen!
April 1, 2015
Audio Chats
Christian Science prayer–not faith healing
January 7, 2010
Find work with purpose and meaning
Sentinel Live audio chat
October 16, 2012
Competition or cooperation?  you have a choice!
January 21, 2014
“I shall not die, but live…”
September 9, 2014
Do  you have to do something bad, to achieve something good?
Putting it on Record
May 10, 2012
How to judge progress
Journal–Putting it on Record
August 2, 2012
A Public Ministry
Interview with Phil Davis
Journal–Putting it on Record
August 30, 2012
Looking to the present, not the past
Journal–Putting it on Record
May 9, 2013
Giving yourself a proper Defense
August 15, 2013
 Gratitude to God
November 21, 2013
Never give up on anyone
January 30, 2014
The problem isn’t yours
June 19, 2014
You deserve to be healed
February 26, 2015
Time4Thinkers: Question of the Week
 Can Christian Science get rid of depression?
 November 13, 2012
What is “The Christ?”
December 24, 2012
How do I get the dating things right?
February 11, 2013
Does Science and health need an update?
March 18, 2013
How can I be free of the past?
May 19, 2013
If Christian Science is a “movement,” why are so many people concerned with preserving tradition?
July 15, 2013
If God is all, what am I?
October 7, 2013
Can’t prayer be classified as similar to meditating or finding a zen within yourself, ideas that are prevalent in Eastern religions?
December 9, 2013
How can you say that evil doesn’t exist, when all you have to do is turn on the TV to see it?
March 10, 2014
If someone has asked me to help them with prayer or inspiration, where should I start?
September 15, 2014
How can I heal a chronic issue once and for all?
March 16, 2015
Church Alive: This Week’s Question about Church
Saving a Church
Journal, September 2012
Sentinel Radio Programs
What do spiritual growth and healing have to do with Easter
2000 program 017
Why life is worth living
2000 program 026
Removing roadblocks to job progress
2002 program 207
Fresh hope, new possibilities, and the demise of cynicism
2003 program 331
Finding your worth
2003 program 340
Breaking through limits and fears
2004 program 442
Success: What is it really, and where does it come from?
2004 program 433
A truly universal basis for health care
2007 program 724
Children and spiritual healthcare
2009 program 926
Articles, testimonies, reports, etc
Spiritual Healing as the cutting edge of the future
 Journal October 1987
 Suicide isn’t the Answer
Sentinel November 16, 1987
A Church Active:
An Interview with the Federal Representative for the Committee on Publication
Journal February 1995
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993:  how it came about and what it means
Journal April, 1995
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Christian Science Church
Journal March, 1996
God’s Universal Love Dissolves Suicidal Feelings
Sentinel January 29, 1996
Encouraging Another’s Spiritual Growth
Journal August, 1997
Church  A Place to Find Health?
Sentinel October 19, 1998     
Can you make a living as a practitioner?
Journal February 2000
Technology–Servant not Master
Sentinel November 4, 2002
Head injury quickly healed
Sentinel December 30, 2002
Christ: for all times, all people, all places
Journal January 2003
An Unstoppable Prayer
Sentinel April 11, 2003
Poor Student?  It’s not hopeless.
Sentinel June 2, 2003
Finding Home–The Adventure Goes On
Sentinel June 28, 2004
Between Rocks and Hard Places
Sentinel December 13, 2004
No Excuse for Silence
Sentinel January 17, 2005
What Christian Science is and what it isn’t
Sentinel August 22, 2005
Annual Meeting Report for 2005
Journal September 2005
Disarming Ignorance and Malice through Love and Healing
Journal October 2005
 The Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Christian Science Church
Journal, March 1996
Annual Meeting Report for 2006
Journal September 2006
Your Questions and Answers
Journal February 2007
Accommodating Spiritual Healing in Law
Journal April  2007
Available now: Truly Universal Healthcare
Sentinel May 28, 2007
Annual Meeting Report 2007
Journal September 2007
The Healing Practice of Christian Science:  A Ministry and a Career
Journal July 2008
Annual Meeting Report for 2008
Journal September 2008
Watching what we watch
Sentinel September 2008
An opportunity to be alert
Journal March 2009
Annual Meeting report 2009
Journal September 2009
Praying for Civility
Sentinel November 2009
Christian Science prayer—not faith healing
Text and Audio
Sentinel February 8, 2010
Ethics and Christian Science practice, part 1
Journal February 2010
Ethics and Christian Science practice, part 2
Journal June 2010
Annual Meeting 2010 report
Journal September 2010
 Which includes a workshop:
Winning hearts and minds
“Talking to others about Christian Science”
Religious Tolerance and a “Flameproof” Faith
Sentinel May 30, 2011
‘Come on now, don’t be shy’
Monitor June 24, 2011
The beauty of a prayerful treatment
Journal January 2012
Teaching Sunday School with patient love
Journal March 2012
 Only Infinite Options
On-line Journal, posted April 2, 2012
A Public Ministry
Interview with Phil Davis
Journal August 2012
Giving thanks starts with God
TMC Blog–Teachers talk
August 7, 2012
Saving a Church
Church Alive Q&A
Journal September 2012
You have a duty to live
Web original
Journal October 31, 2012
Giving thanks starts with God
Reprint from TMC blog
Journal November 2012
How could Jesus show physical effects of the crucifixion to Thomas?
Journal January 2013
 You have a duty to live!
Originally published online on October 31, 2012
Published later in the February 2013 issue of the Journal
Practicing Christian Fellowship
Journal June 2013

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