WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO LOVE OUR NEIGHBOR?
Letting divine Love animate our interactions helps to bring out the best in ourselves and others.
Excerpt: Christian Science Perspective column by Liz Butterfield Wallingford in The Christian Science Monitor, June 15, 2022.
…We are not emotion-driven mortals, but spiritual – made to love and be loved, to express goodness, to radiate the wonderful qualities that God expresses in all of us as His children. And what better way to love our neighbor than to strive to live this beautiful God-given identity, and to see everyone else in this light, too – capable of doing good, worthy of love? Read or listen to full article.
Sentinel Watch Podcasts
Biblical Solutions to World Problems
Sentinel Watch podcast hosts Jenny Sawyer and David Brown speak with Bible educator Madelon Maupin:
BE SET FREE
Speaker: Nicole Virgil
Date: Tuesday, April 18, 2023 at 7:30PM
Host: Plymouth Christian Science Church
Address: 1100 W Ann Arbor Trail, Plymouth, MI 48170
This lecture will also be given in Traverse City on Feb. 11, Ann Arbor on April 16, East Lansing on May 20 and Rochester on May 21. See Christian Science Lecture schedule.
To live a life of liberty, we have to find the nature and substance of liberty, which is spiritual, purposeful, unburdened, and given to all. In this talk, we will examine liberty from a Biblical perspective; and see how real people today find their freedom from all kinds of physical, emotional and circumstantial restrictions that seem beyond their control.
- Watch Alex Fischer’s zoom presentation to our church on “Finding the Light that Frees Us from Fear.”
- “Finding Joy, Health, Hope for All” recently presented by Steven Salt to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Cleveland is available for a limited time.
- Search for other online lectures and Sentinel Watch Podcasts.