Perhaps the biggest challenge of moving to an unfamiliar place is learning the local customs, idioms and way of life. I remember moving to the midwest from the east coast many years ago. It took me a while to figure out that when a Cincinnatian says “please” as a response, he means “Can you repeat that? I didn’t hear you.” For me “please” meant, “That sounds good. Yes, please!” This made it difficult when I’d go out to lunch.
“As adherents of truth, we take the inspired word of the Bible as our sufficient guide to eternal life.”
I find it somewhat amusing that almost 25 years since I stopped attending Christian Science church services, and over 16 years since I gave my life to Jesus,