Many great thinkers in the world have helped me face my fears and take on life’s challenges. One thing leads to another and I found myself unearthing what is referred to as Christian Science. It’s principles have been advanced forever, and more specifically by a 19th century woman, Mary Baker Eddy, a woman nearly forgotten today.
Because spiritual enlightenment keeps these principles alive, I’ve learned of mental cause and effect. I’ve experienced mind power and its benefits to humanity. For more than half a century. In that time, I had a public practice offering spiritual healing and wrote books. Even when times feel crummy, the Holy Spirit doesn’t fail but urges me gently to discover an infinite intelligence that embraces people around the world, in their own languages, circumstances, and histories.
My books (click titles for link):
21st Century Science and Health is a reboot of Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health. The textbook talks about the healing law of God.
My briefer version of Science and Health is found in the book, from science & religion to God.
A Study Guide to Christian Science is a thin book with twenty-three exercises focused on the Bible and questions found in the chapter, Review, in 21st Century Science and Health.
My memoir, I Am My Father-Mother’s Daughter. is a fun read, about me growing up and working on the farm as a girl, learning to say no, and finding a bigger family, in Spirit, with confidence and empathy.
My first book, a children’s illustrated book, is a true story about the one Parent (God) who loves us all, A Foster Child Comes to Stay with Josie and Brooke.
Not to deter from church but show church as adaptable to today’s social circumstances, my book, Raising Children Without Church: Finding God in Everyday Activities, is now available.
A quick read for those interested in the history and influence as to why Mrs. Eddy revised her Science and Health continuously until her death, Pondering a Contemporary Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures
Zen Dogs and Other Woofs contains short, good-feel articles.
Magenta’s Family Christmas by Carly Hilios, is a fiction YA about a foster girl learning more about family.