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Each week on Sentinel Watch, you'll find inspiring and strengthening spiritual ideas that can bring healing to your life, to your family and community, and to your thought about world issues.
God’s law of abundance
Guest: Marc Schwartz
Do you feel like you’re drowning in debt and there’s no way out? Our guest knows just how that feels. But by turning to God in prayer, he was led back to financial soundness and a thriving business. So listen to the next edition of Sentinel Watch and discover how to develop and cultivate God-given spiritual resources, which never run out.
Hit rock bottom? There’s a way back up.
September 22-28, 2018
Guest: Martine Blackler
Do you feel like you have hit rock bottom? Our guest faced an “incurable” disease, but she found a way back up to complete healing, because she discovered that God’s love for us never changes. So, have you “hit rock bottom”? Listen to the next edition of Sentinel Watch and find your way back up.
Trouble at work? Prayer brings solutions.
September 29 – October 5, 2018
Guests: Martha Moffett, Sally House Heinsohn, Marjorie Kehe
At best, a work environment can feel like family—sharing goals and laughs. But what happens when problems arise? Our three contributors all faced that issue with prayer that yields to an understanding of how God created us all . . . as His spiritual image and likeness. Hear how their prayer made a healing difference, by listening to the next edition of Sentinel Watch.
Parented by God
October 6 – 12
Guests: Mark Swinney, Jane Hickson, Kierston Agnew
If you are raising children, you are a child, or you just love being the cherished child of God—then there is something for you on the next edition of Sentinel Watch. Our guests share, from their own experience, how knowing that God is the divine Parent of all has been such an invaluable, healing support—that’s on the next edition of Sentinel Watch.
Let God take the lead
October 13-19, 2018
Guest: Michelle Nanouche, Margaret Wyle, Elaina Simpson
Timelines. Outlines. We’ve got it all mapped out. Right? But what happens when things don’t go as planned? Our contributors on the next Sentinel Watch have all found that when things don’t go our way, it’s a wonderful time to make sure we are listening for God’s way forward, and heeding His divine direction in our lives.
The 24-hour pastor
October 20 – 26
Guest: Keith Wommack
The word pastor conjures up images of a religious person who shepherds a congregation Spiritward. But what about a pastor you have immediate access to 24 hours a day? A pastor that has healed people ever since being ordained? On the next edition of Sentinel Watch, our guest is going to talk about this pastor, and how you can access it 24/7.
How can I experience a satisfying life?
October 27 – November 2
Guest: Mark Unger
“I can’t get no satisfaction!” the Rolling Stones famously sung. So how do we find true, lasting satisfaction? On the next edition of Sentinel Watch, our guest responds to questions sent in via our website asking, “How can I experience a satisfying life?” And he shares how we can do this by understanding our spiritual nature as God’s perfect creation.
Tony Lobl has been writing and broadcasting on Christian Science for three decades. Beside written and recorded pieces regularly appearing in Christian Science publications he has also had pieces published by national and global news outlets and has been interviewed by radio stations and podcast producers on three continents.
Tony found Christian Science in his early twenties and became a Christian Science practitioner in 2004. He and his wife Jenny live in London.
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