Christian Science Journal – Does it matter what others think of us?

Susan Booth Mack Snipes wrote an article recently shared on the Christian Science Journal website titled, Does it matter what others think of us? The article begins: I’m continually surprised by how much I still struggle with this question. For the most part I’m not aware of being concerned about what others think of me, and […]

Does It Matter What Others Think Of Us?Susan Booth Mack Snipes wrote an article recently shared on the Christian Science Journal website titled, Does it matter what others think of us? The article begins:

I’m continually surprised by how much I still struggle with this question. For the most part I’m not aware of being concerned about what others think of me, and then, bang—something comes up that makes me question my goodness, adequacy, or ability, and I find that there’s still more egotism there than I realized. 

But I can tell I am making progress, because these days I find myself actually grateful for those wake-up moments, even though they’re uncomfortable. I see them as opportunities to keep surrendering to how God sees me, to rest secure in the steady approval that God has for all of Her children, to realize that this is what really matters most, and to experience the tangible benefits of this realization…

To view this full article on https://journal.christianscience.com for free, please click here. 

 

Christian Science Monitor: The reset button is now

Susan Booth Mack Snipes published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website today under A Christian Science Perspective. The article gives a perspective into the new year: The start of a new year is often seen as an opportunity to commit to new initiatives, fresh starts, and improvements in character. But we don’t need […]

The Reset Button Is NowSusan Booth Mack Snipes published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website today under A Christian Science Perspective. The article gives a perspective into the new year:

The start of a new year is often seen as an opportunity to commit to new initiatives, fresh starts, and improvements in character. But we don’t need to let the calendar define our potential for progress. At every moment we can welcome inspiration from God that brings reformation and healing…

To view this full article on https://www.csmonitor.com, please click here.