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NEW Sentinel Watch Broadcasts – May 2018

May 19 – 25, 2018 — The power of God to unify humanity
Guests: Jim Brown, Mark McCurties, Herb Webb

Have you ever been judged unfairly because of your race, culture, or background? Is there a way to bring healing to those situations? There is a power to knowing our true relation to our creator—a power that unifies us even when prejudice would divide. On the next Sentinel Watch, hear how our guests overcame anger and overt racism through seeing themselves and others as God sees us all—as the spiritual image of Himself.

Each week on Sentinel Watch, you’ll find inspiring and strengthening spiritual ideas that can bring healing to your life, to your family and community, and to your thought about world issues. So get ready to hear how God unifies humanity on the next ​edition​ ​of​ ​Sentinel Watch​, ​​a​ ​weekly​ ​production​​ ​of​ ​the​ Christian Science​ ​Sentinel.

May 26 – June 1, 2018 — Discovering your essential place in God’s creation
Guests: Michael Pabst

It is a most wonderful feeling to know that you matter to someone, somewhere. But what if you mattered to everyone, everywhere? Well, you do! In fact, you are essential because you and everyone else are included in God’s creation, and God’s creation would not be complete without your unique expression of the creator.

Responding to your questions sent in via our website, JSH-Online.com, our guest shares insights from the Bible and from the writings of Mary Baker Eddy that show just how vital each individual is to God’s purpose and plan. So tune in and discover how essential you are on the next edition of Sentinel Watch, a weekly production of the Christian Science Sentinel.

June 2 – June 8, 2018 — How did Jesus heal?
Guests: Mary Trammell, Susan Richards-Dewitt, Deborah Master

People all over the world, of all races, from all cultures and social backgrounds, share a heartfelt love for the man called Jesus. On the next edition of Sentinel Watch, our contributors explain how it was Christ Jesus’ understanding of God’s love for us—and of our spiritual nature—that enabled him to heal, and to teach his early followers to heal, too. And they illustrate the good news that understanding the life and words of Jesus can still lead to such healing today.

As you listen to the next edition of Sentinel Watch, we trust you will not only learn a little more about how Jesus healed, but also see how you can heal, too.

June 9 – 15, 2018 — Overcoming traumatic memories fully and finally
Guests: Ken Girard, Erin Powell

Does our past have to determine our future? It is good to know that it doesn’t, including when we have gone through some traumatic event and memories want to linger. Our contributors have experienced that tendency of the human mind to be caught up in replaying different emotional and physical experiences. But they have found a spiritual “off” button, by which a clearer consciousness of what God truly creates enables us to be freed from any power that the past claims to hold over the possibilities of the present. We have a right to be free from even the most difficult memories. And we are looking at how to prove that divine right on the next edition of Sentinel Watch.

June 16 – 22, 2018 — Does God really send everlasting punishment?
Guests: Laura Lapointe, Beth Galfer, Mark Unger

What would you think if you saw a sign saying, “Everlasting punishment, all are welcome!” The subject of “Everlasting punishment” is explored twice a year at Christian Science services … and all are indeed welcome to attend Christian Science services in local branch churches and in The Mother Church in Boston, Massachusetts. But if you do attend the twice-yearly focus on “Everlasting punishment,” the good news is that the theme of such services is that there is no such thing as being everlastingly punished for past mistakes.

On the next edition of Sentinel Watch we will explore how God’s everlasting love gives us the ability to break free from whatever would hide this redeeming love from us.

June 23 – 29, 2018 — Never give up!
Guests: Katherine Lewis, Beverley Beddoes-Mills

Do you feel overwhelmed by a problem that seems to have no solution? And do you sometimes even feel as though you just want to give up? Well, the first guest, on the next edition of Sentinel Watch, knows just how that feels. And with heartfelt gratitude to God, she shares how she was able to persist in her prayers until she found complete freedom from chronic pain.

Our second guest responds to questions from you, sent in via our website, JSH-Online.com, seeking your own encouragement to “Never give up!” in the face of long-standing problems. So get ready to know why you need never give up … on the next ​edition​ ​of​ ​Sentinel Watch​, a weekly production of the Christian Science Sentinel.

THESE PROGRAMS ARE A GIFT TO THE COMMUNITIES FROM THE CINCINNATI AREA CHRI​S​TIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES.