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April 14 – 20, 2018: The opportunity to forgive
Guests: Bill Moody, Diane Sheth, Sabrina Stillwell
Have you thought about forgiving someone who hurt you — but it seems too hard to do? What if we are going about it in the wrong way? What if the starting point for forgiveness isn’t the courage to say “I forgive you,” but the willingness to see a person we feel has wronged us in a different, more spiritual light? Our contributors explain how they found forgiveness through understanding God and the spiritual creation of His making. If you want to feel the freedom forgiveness brings, listen to this edition of Sentinel Watch.
April 21 – 27: Only patterns of good
Guests: Sandy Brooks, Kathleen Moyer
We get used to patterns in our lives, but some patterns aren’t so positive. What if our bodies repeat episodes of suffering that we expect to reappear? This was the issue faced by the contributors to this edition of Sentinel Watch, who describe their journeys to freedom from unwanted patterns of allergy and accident.
April 28 – May 4: Gain a victory over disappointment
Guests: Mark Swinney, Nikki Paulk, Virginia Hughes
Following a job interview, one of our contributors went to a quiet place to pray. As she did, a Bible passage helped her uncover and overcome “a long-standing fear of risking disappointment.” This realization helped her get the job that could have slipped away. If fear of disappointment has been disappointing you, this edition of Sentinel Watch is for you!
May 5 – 11: A knowledge of God defeats depression
Guests: Courtenay Rule, Elaina Simpson
Dealing with depression is hard at any age, but somehow it seems even more unjust when it tries to swallow up the joy of youth. Our guests faced depression that started in their teens and both won complete freedom when they discovered a God who loved them, cared for them, and was able to bring permanent healing. Hear their experiences on this edition of Sentinel Watch.
May 12 – 18: God — a very present help on campus
Guests: Sara Lang, Roger Gordon, Robby Butler, Marjorie Kehe, William Whittenbury, Amy Lang
Often people feel that God is being excluded from life on college campuses. And while it’s true that perceptions of religion are constantly changing among academics and students, it’s hard to keep omnipresent divine Spirit out of anywhere — including colleges and universities! This week, Sentinel Watch talks to people about their experiences of turning to God on campus in times of need, and found God was right there with healing answers to their problems.
May 19 – 25: The power of God to unify humanity
Guests: Jim Brown, Mark McCurties, Herb Webb
Have you ever been judged unfairly because of your race, culture, or background? Is there a way to bring healing to those situations? There is a power to knowing our true relation to our creator — a power that unifies us even when prejudice would divide. In this week’s Sentinel Watch, hear how our guests overcame anger and overt racism through seeing themselves and others as God sees us all — as the spiritual image of Himself.
May 26 – June 1: Discovering your essential place in God’s creation
Guest: Michael Pabst
Isn’t it wonderful to know that you matter to someone? In fact, you are essential because God’s creation wouldn’t be complete without your unique expression of the creator. In this week’s edition of Sentinel Watch, Christian Science healer Michael Pabst explores just how vital each individual is to God’s purpose and plan.