When I received the angel message to start this blog, I had no idea that it would develop into a daily thing. I was tickled that 20 readers stop by regularly. Now as many as 1500 check in for insight into prayer on a given day.
As much focus and attention as it has demanded, I wouldn't have traded this writing run for anything. I have learned that inspiration is infinite when we look to the divine Source of all good to meet the human need.
Now, after six months and over 150 posts, I have the idea that it is time to change up the rhythm a bit to allow each post to have a little more airtime and to allow more conversation to develop in the comments section after each post.
Starting next week, I will begin posting between 3 and 4 times a week - more or less.
This will allow me to devote more attention to the French version of this blog, which posts translations, and to reading and supporting the writing of other bloggers.
I have a strong conviction that we all have something significant to share with others of our journey to know God through the practice of prayer. To this end, I will be continuing the regular Thursday posts on Finding your Prayer MOJO, and of course, I will welcome and post the contributions of my guest bloggers as often as they would like to write. As for the other posts, we will see what Mind unfolds. Readers ideas are always welcome and considered, so please let me know if you have an idea or question.
For those who have faithfully returned to the blog and read posts on a regular basis, I would like to thank you for your tremendous support. I have appreciated your comments and emails of gratitude and encouragement almost daily since the blog began. It is because of you and your willingness to share that the blog is buzzing with new readers daily.
For those who have joined the conversation more recently, I hope that the slightly slower pace of new posts will give you the opportunity to look into some of the earlier writings, and conversations that developed in the comments. I hope you will find the gems to be mined and begin to feel comfortable speaking up and sharing also.
Here's a short music video to welcome the spring and cheer your Saturday!
I have practiced Christian Science professionally in
some form since 1979.
But my journey with
Christian Science started
in a Sunday school
where as a young child
I was taught the Scriptures and some simple basics
of Jesus' method of
scientific Christian healing.
A significant experience
at the age of twelve
opened my eyes to
the great potential
of this practice.
After impaling my foot
on a nail,
I prayed the way I had learned
in Sunday school.
the pain stopped
and healing began.
By the next morning the wound had disappeared completely.
the great potential
of Christian Science,
there would be no