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Recent healing podcasts 

Listen as Sentinel Watch guests share specifics on how they prayed and found healing and spiritual growth.

 

Omniaction: God’s unlabored motion includes you
February 22 - 28

Guest: Deborah Huebsch, Amy Richmond, and Jenny Sawyer

On this Sentinel Watch podcast, we’re talking about God as the source of all action, and how understanding this fact propels forward movement in our thoughts, in our health, and even in the world. Find out how you can experience the power of omniaction by listening to this Sentinel Watch podcast.

 

A living ministry
February 15 - 21

Guests: Kris Weitz and Mark Swinney

On this Sentinel Watch podcast, we’re talking about how amazing it is to share who you are as a healer with the people you interact with on a daily basis. If you don’t think you could do that, listen to this Sentinel Watch podcast - and discover just how natural it is.

 

Omniscience: What God knows, you can know
February 1-7, 2021

Guests: Deborah Huebsch, Amy Richmond, and Jenny Sawyer

This Sentinel Watch podcast is the third in an "Omni" series - omnipresence, omnipotence, omniscience. To listen to the complete series, go to Sentinel Watch Archive.

 

Omnipotence: God’s power for good heals
January 25-31, 2021

Guests: Deborah Huebsch, Amy Richmond, and Jenny Sawyer

On this Sentinel Watch podcast, our guests echo the Bible’s book of Revelation where it says, “Alleluia: For the Lord God omnipotent reigneth.” Listen in as they discuss the potency of understanding God’s all-power—from experiencing instantaneous healing to addressing global problems with assurance. So to hear how you too can experience the healing power of God’s omnipotence, listen to this Sentinel Watch podcast.

 

The path to discovering our divine rights 
January 18-24, 2021

Guest: Sallie Letterlough

On this Sentinel Watch podcast, our guest talks about how she worked for change in the 1960s civil rights movement in the United States and was introduced to Christian Science in those same years. She shares how the truths she learned in her study of Christian Science have helped her in every avenue of life, and how she sees the First Commandment - having one God - as a healing force that can help to bring more uniform justice into the world today. To hear ideas on how to walk along a spiritual path to greater freedom, listen to this Sentinel Watch podcast.

 

Omnipresence: God's presence embraces
our past, present, and future

January 11-17, 2021

Guests: Deborah Huebsch, Amy Richmond, and Jenny Sawyer

On this Sentinel Watch podcast, our guests explore what it’s like to feel the all-embracing presence of God, good, and how this presence both reaches into the past and extends into the future - to restore, heal, protect, and assure us. They share practical insights about how to recognize God’s presence and the healing implications of that for our lives. So, to hear how to live more consistently with a recognition of the ever-presence of good, listen to this Sentinel Watch podcast.

 

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About your Sentinel Watch host

 

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.