Biblical Christianity and Christian Science

Biblical Christianity and Christian Science

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.
Overcoming Trial and Loss

Overcoming Trial and Loss

written 11/19/14 and edited 10/12/15 for FFCS I was a stranger to surgery and most medical procedures until I was 25. Having been raised in a Christian Science home, I had virtually no experience with the medical community—and had little or no knowledge of what to...
Storybook [Poem]

Storybook [Poem]

You were an outsider to me, one whom I did not know. Only a man capable of good works, a excellent teacher. You increased the loaves and fishes, how grand—some divine symbol. You healed the man with leprosy, how very kind of you to have compassion on the outcast....