Christian Science in New Zealand

Prayer—a game-changer in times of conflict

“When you hear about conflicts and wars … you don’t have to stand by passively. We each can actively engage in prayer and significantly contribute to the peace, stability, principled progress, and an end to violence in those places.” This article in the Christian Science Sentinel shares ideas of how prayer can help bring about change.

Alex Cook creates “You are loved” mural in Auckland.

Alex is a muralist and public artist. He has created over 190 murals in the US and abroad focusing on universal spiritual themes, nature, and wonder. In 2014 Cook created the YOU ARE LOVED mural project recently brought his talent to New Zealand.

A ‘Daily Lift’ : Inspiring ideas to enrich your days

Daily Lift podcasts are short takes on inspiring ideas to enrich your day and share with friends. You can check out today’s Daily Lift here and access a library of previous episodes.

‘A ferocity of spirit’: Hope shines through grief in Ukraine

In this recent podcast from the international daily newspaper, The Christian Science Monitor, a reporter discusses how his connection to Ukraine helped him see a culture’s deep-rooted resolve, and to understand how its people see a way forward amid a devastating war. 

Certainty in uncertain times

It’s been said that the one thing you can count on is that you can’t count on anything. The uncertainties of human existence would appear to support such a sentiment. But is this truly the case? Read what a Christian Science practitioner has to say on the subject.

Guided by God, led to safety

What would you do if you suddenly found yourself in a place you felt very unsafe? Read how this woman prayed to feel God’s love protecting her and guiding her to safety.


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