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2021 Annual Meeting Talk: “Christian Science Nursing: Paramount” by Anna Lisa Kronman CS

Talk: “Christian Science Nursing: Paramount”
Guest speaker, Anna Lisa Kronman CS
Journal listed Christian Science Practitioner since 2008 Former Journal-Listed Christian Science Nurse for 35 years Including teaching CS Nursing
Executive Board member of Fern Lodge
Board member, The Principle Foundation

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2020 December Newsletter

In her article, What Christmas Means to Me, Mrs. Eddy wrote, “Christmas to me is the reminder of God’s great gift, -His spiritual idea, man and the universe….” This gift is Christian Science healing; the Comforter promised by Jesus.

Merry ChristmasAs we reflect on this Christmas season, we are grateful for many things. One of those is the services of Christian Science nurses. Midland-at-Home’s benevolent fund is available to support the training of Christian Scientists that would like to nurture a ministry in this healing art. The Christian Science nurse is receptive to the Christ fully equipped with inspiration and expectation of healing when assisting others. The Christian Science nurse enters the sickroom with their thought spiritualized, uplifted, and free from fear or anything that would attempt to limit or thwart this most holy of activities. He or she also has the practical knowledge, wisdom, and skill to care for the patients’ physical needs. In other words, the Christian Science nurse brings the Christ into the sickroom.

We owe a great, deep, and heartfelt debt of gratitude to those fine Christian Science nurses who are devoted to caring for the needs of those relying solely on Christian Science for healing. Midland-at-Home has been able to financially support training for a few nurses here in Indiana the past two years. We would like others interested to contact us for more information.

2020 Annual Meeting Talk: “Help us to help each other Lord” by Cathleen Collins Booth

Midland held the 2020 Annual Meeting over Zoom on October 17th. Cathleen Collins Booth, a Christian Science Nurse since 1979 gave a talk, “Help us to help each other Lord” Cathleen has M.A. from San Francisco Theological Seminary in Bible Studies, has been a visiting professor at Principia College and is currently a Bible researcher and fact checker for the Christian Science Sentinel Bible Lens column.

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2017 July Newsletter

Christian Science Nursing Serving a Vital Role in the Healing Mission of our Church Christian Science nursing is based on a Christian foundation of understanding that healing is possible through God’s love for all of His children. … The by-law for Christian Science nursing in the Church Manual (see p. 49) is a provision for each one of us to nurture our own individual nursing ministry—and fulfills the commandment to love one another…

2016 December Newsletter

Guest Speaker Topic: Tracing the origins of The Manual of The Mother Church By-Law, Discipline: Article VIII, Guidance of Members, Sect 31, Christian Science Nurse…Our guest speaker, Griffith Henninger II, alluded that through the Sermon on the Mount, Christ Jesus taught us how to live lives of love. And our Leader, Mrs. Eddy revealed the two elements that make this possible, the spiritualization of our thought and the Christianization of our daily lives…