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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 Sentinel Watch.
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.
December 1-7: God’s law of love keeps us safe
Guests: Elise Moore, Christian Pascale, Paula Kay Todd, Evan Mehlenbacher
What can we do when we’re in harm’s way? On this week’s edition of Sentinel Watch, our guests found they could turn to God for help—and they weren’t disappointed. You too can look to God and find the spiritual ideas you need to carry you through challenges safe and sound.
December 8-14: Discover a life of abundance
Guests: Amy Richmond, Holly Amans-Kaiser, Eric Horner, Carol Olano, Marjorie Kehe
When it comes to our income, many of us think in terms of “making ends meet.” Yet Jesus said: “I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” This isn’t a promise of material prosperity, nor does it resign us to just getting by. It is a promise of spiritual ideas, which in turn, give us our daily supplies, On this week’s edition of Sentinel Watch, our guests share how understanding Jesus’ life helped them truly find abundance.
December 15–21: A lifetime of God’s loving care
Guests: Alan Lindgren, Lauren Moss
A loved hymn in the Christian Science Hymnal reads: “Cared for, watched over, beloved and protected.” Who wouldn’t want the knowledge that God is always caring for us, loving us, and protecting us? On this week’s Sentinel Watch, our guests share their stories of how they have experienced God’s caring guidance and healing love throughout their lives.
December 22–28: Pastor comfort at Christmas and all year long
Guests: Mark Unger, Michele Newport, Neera Kapur, and Allison Rose-Sonnesyn
This holiday season, are you looking for the kind of comfort and joy that lasts the whole year through? You’ll find it in two books—the Bible, and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. On this week’s Sentinel Watch, you’ll hear from people who experienced the transformative power of God as they studied these books. Merry Christmas from CSWashington!
December 29–January 4: Emerge gently, led by the Christ
Guest: Dave Hohle
The Bible says we are all made in the image of God. But we each need to awaken to this reality by growing in the understanding that our identity is spiritual, not material. On this basis, spiritual pioneer Mary Baker Eddy wrote in her seminal work Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, “Emerge gently from matter into Spirit” (p. 485). On this week’s Sentinel Watch, Christian Science healer Dave Hohle responds to your questions about how we can “Emerge gently, led by the Christ,” and how this leads us to a healthier, happier, more spiritual way of living that will bless us … and the world!