Teen Connection

Your Healing
By William Hagenlocher
An injury during a football game had this player wondering if he’d be able to join his team for its upcoming district match. But as he prayed, he gained a new conviction that he could be healed—without delay. Read...
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By Makenna Kibbe
After procrastinating on a major project, this high school student had only one night to finish it, and everything seemed to be going wrong. That’s when she learned a spiritual lesson that not only helped her with her project but also changed her attitude about procrastination. Read...
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By Inge Schmidt
Though she was on fire to share Christian Science and its healing effects on her life, this university student was met with skepticism—sometimes even hostility—from people who seemed to have no interest in God or religion. Prayer helped her find both a different perspective on sharing and a new way to share. Read...
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By Emma Lovelace
Standing before a judge, preparing to audition, this viola player felt nervous, and doubtful about her abilities. But as soon as she turned her thoughts toward God, a major shift took place. Read...

Lives Lived

Meet Danis. Within a few days of asking a Christian Science practitioner to pray with her, she was healed of chest pains. She’d caught a new view in thinking about herself in relation to God, which not only healed her condition but also helped her find comfort in other aspects of her life.  

Meet Rosemary. Within a day after being attacked by a dog, she was free of pain, and within another few days her wounds were totally healed -- the approach she chose for healing was prayer as taught in Christian Science.  

Meet Michelle. She found a lump in her breast and felt she needed healing right away, as several family members had dealt with breast cancer. She decided to treat the condition through Christian Science prayer. After six months, not only did she feel a greater sense of peace in her life, but the lump also dissolved. She’s been free from this condition for over 10 years.  

 

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