This page is for members, alumni, and friends of the Christian Science Organization at the University of Washington to stay connected.
The CSO at UW is a registered student organization and we are located in an awesome building on the Ave, a block from campus. Come by anytime we're here (see hours)! You’re especially invited to our Thursday night meetings at 7pm. (Bible readings, sharing, chatting)
If you are interested in learning more, contact us, stop by or visit our website http://students.washington.edu/csouw/. For more information about Christian Science, you can also visit www.christianscience.com.
An article on spiritual government by Julia Johnston
journal.christianscience.com An awakening humanity is seeking a savior. Individuals, groups, and nations, dealing with problems which seem unsolvable by accustomed processes, are crying out for something, or someone, to lead them out of the complexity of human affairs. There is universal need to know a s...
Replays of the "Healing 101" lecture series are now available online to watch and share!
healing101.sharethepractice.org Free Lecture Series for Learners of All Ages
sentinel.christianscience.com Linda was not only burdened by work but also by a physical challenge. Healing came when she discovered what her real work was.
sentinel.christianscience.com Barbara discusses how having a home is part of God’s design for us and shares a practical experience of how someone found just the perfect home.
sentinel.christianscience.com Hear how you can discover the “divine energy of Spirit” (Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,
journal.christianscience.com THE cause—God—which has produced the spiritual universe must have infinite resources for the eternal existence of its perfect work, laws for its continual government, power everlastingly to perpetuate it. This cause must be inseparable from its product, infinitely intelligent...
"Get Understanding" by Jane Garaghty Jenkins
journal.christianscience.com The Bible emphasizes the necessity of getting understanding. We are told (Prov. 4:7), "Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding." Mary Baker Eddy says in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 536), "The divi...
A Lasting Solution to Feeling Lonely
sentinel.christianscience.com We each fit perfectly in God's creation, and for that reason we relate to everyone in it. This leaves no room for loneliness.
The healing distinction between spiritual and material sense
journal.christianscience.com including digital editions of the print periodicals, Web original articles, blogs, and podcasts, over 30,000 minutes of
Fear of hereditary illness overcome
sentinel.christianscience.com John was dismayed when he started having the same symptoms that plagued some of his relatives. But since his discovery of Christian Science, he knew what to do about them. Hear what he did.
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