Introducing Christian Science Publishing Society Internet Radio!
Programs via Telephone
You can hear the Christian Science Sentinel Watch or Weekly Bible Lesson programs any time via a local DFW-area phone number. Just call the numbers shown and make your selection to hear the programs.
- 214-447-9675 (which is 214-HIS-WORK) or 817-259-1620
Christian Science Sentinel Watch
Christian Science Quarterly Weekly Bible Lessons
Five “Daily Lifts”
- 214-447-9679 or 817-259-1647
El Heraldo de la Christian Science — Spanish Radio Edition (El Heraldo de la Ciencia Cristiana)
Online Services at The Mother Church
https://www.christianscience.com/publications-and-activities/online-services-and-events. Listen to Sunday and Wednesday services at The Mother Church in Boston, Massachusetts.
Christian Science Sentinel Watch
Broadcast on radio each Sunday from 8:00 to 8:30 AM on WRR FM 101.1. You can also hear the current week’s broadcast above or at this site.
Sentinel Watch programs are available via CSPS Internet Radio or by calling the phone lines listed above. You can hear previous Sentinel Watch programs here.
To hear archives of the Christian Science Sentinel Radio programs, log on to Journal, Sentinel, Herald website (www.JSH-Online.com) and become a subscriber today. With your subscription, you’ll be able to listen to over 625 Sentinel Radio programs! You’ll also be able to read current print editions of the Journal, Sentinel and Herald, as well as search the historical JSH publications from the past 129 years. Also, new audio will continually be added to the site. You can begin enjoying those new interviews and testimonies of healing, now, by going to JSH-Online.com and becoming a subscriber.
Title: Creativity and its inexhaustible source
On Phone Lines and the Web: Until August 17
In her primary work on Christian Science, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy writes, “Creation is ever appearing, and must ever continue to appear from the nature of its inexhaustible source.” That unceasing source of creativity is the divine Mind, God, and our contributors found that understanding God as the source of their talents helped them in their roles as artists and influenced their artistic expression. Guests: Karen Neff, Nancy Mooslin.
Title: A home for everyone
Broadcast: August 19
On Phone Lines and the Web: August 18 to 24
We often hear the catch phrase: “Home is where the heart is.” On the next edition of Sentinel Watch, our contributors explain that to always feel at home, is to understand that our true, spiritual home is the consciousness of God’s love. And they proved the practicality of this understanding in helping them find homes, when having to move from place to place. Guests: Laurie Toupin, Dotty Davis, Diane Allison.
Title: 2018—What does it mean to be spiritual?
Broadcast: August 26
On Phone Lines and the Web: August 25 to 31
Have you ever wondered what it really means to be spiritual? A great starting point is the first chapter of the Bible, in Genesis, where it says: “God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. And God blessed them.” Because God is Spirit, this points to the ever-blessed spiritual nature of all men, women, and children, as God’s creation. But what if this seems hard to understand? On this edition of Sentinel Watch, our guest responds to your questions sent in to JSH-Online.com on “What does it mean to be spiritual?” She shows how we can understand our spiritual nature as God’s perfect creation and find the healing and joy that this understanding brings. Guest: Ethel Baker.
El Heraldo de la Christian Science — Spanish Radio Edition
Visit The Herald of Christian Science website (https://herald.christianscience.com/) where you’ll find The Herald published in 14 languages. And listen to El Heraldo on Sundays at 7:30 AM on KZZA 106.7 FM. Upcoming local broadcasts are:
- August 12: Identidad: un derecho divino (Identity: a divine right)
- August 19: Nuestra unidad con Dios (Our unity with God)
- August 26: No resignarse al abuso verbal o físico (Don’t resign yourself to physical or verbal abuse)