What makes a good citizenry? - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor
Cultivating the good within ourselves to uplift society.
The outcome or effect of an institution is ultimately determined by the individuals making up that group. It stands to reason then that if we want our environment, our government, and our experience to be characterized by integrity, wisdom, equity, generosity, and so forth, we need to cultivate those qualities within ourselves. As Jesus explained in his Sermon on the Mount, spiritual qualities such as these are essential to successful living, and our thoughts, words, and deeds matter to the whole of our society. Read more.
Previous perspectives shared
Healing talks & testimonials
More about Christian Science
For the media - If you’re a member of the media in Southern California (blogger, reporter, editor, producer) who’s looking for someone to answer your questions, here's someone who can respond to your interview requests and answer any and all of your questions about Christian Science or The Church of Christ, Scientist. Contact Don Ingwerson at 949-494-5071 or go to csinsocal.com/contact.