Prayer that brings out the good in everyone - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor


Prayer unites in Congress and the workplace.

"Prayer and politics in Congress.” This was the headline of a noteworthy Monitor article published on Sept. 17, 2016. It’s about a weekly breakfast where US congressional members – from both political parties – get together to pray and share inspiration. “Participants ask for prayers, and prayers are given,” says writer Francine Kiefer. “Praying together over a marriage that’s dissolving, a child’s drug problem, or an ailing parent, or listening to a person’s faith story, ‘really does begin to break down barriers,’” according to a senator from California, who continues, “‘You realize everyone’s the same.’” While members of Congress – or any of us – may take opposing sides on an issue and argue strongly against one another, prayer can unite us on a deep level. Read more.


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