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Upcoming Programs:

November 3–9: The power of Truth to bring freedom
Guest: Juliane Klein

There are many ways in which our freedom can seem vulnerable to restriction — from a loss of political freedom, to finding unjust impediments on our career path, to loss of health. Discover how our guest has seen the power of Truth bring freedom in all these ways and more . . . by listening to this week’s edition of Sentinel Watch.

November 10–16: Praying with our lives: Living the First Commandment
Guests: Caryl Farkas, Edwina Aubin 

The Ten Commandments, recorded in the Hebrew Scriptures, have stood the test of time as wise guides to what we should or shouldn’t do to be moral in our actions and civil in our interactions. And the First Commandment, in particular, goes deeper and shines a light on what we truly are as God’s spiritual creation, which the Bible says God sees as “very good.” Hear the healing this has brought our guests on this week’s edition of Sentinel Watch.

November 17–23: Giving praise and gratitude to God heals
Guests: Jen McLaughlin, Carol Olano, Carl Phillips, Julie Pabst and Van Driessen

“Praise the Lord!” It’s always heartening to hear that phrase. But are we just praising the Lord . . . for the Lord’s sake? Or is praise for God one of the ways we can gain a better sense of ourselves as God’s creation and find healing? Our five guests have wonderful examples to share of just that . . . on this week’s edition of SentinelWatch.

November 24–30: Gratitude before, during, and after a challenge
Guest: Melanie Wahlberg

Is it really possible to be grateful no matter what’s going on in our lives? Yes, it is — and it can lead to healing! On the next edition of Sentinel Watch our guest responds to your questions concerning, “How can I be grateful before, during, and after a challenge?” Sharing insights from the Bible and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy, Christian Science healer Melanie Wahlberg will answer your questions and share how we can discover that since God is the source of gratitude, we can never be without its uplifting, healing power.