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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.
March 18-24, 2019 -
Guest: Sally House-Heinsohn
If you want to learn how we all have access to the inspiration and insight we need to face perplexing problems, and how this understanding helps develop our latent talents and bring boundless intelligence and goodness to our lives, be sure to listen to this edition of Sentinel Watch.
When the division of the world’s wealth seems so unequal, how can we see God’s provision for all?
March 25 - 31 **
Guest: Ned Odegaard
**Listen LIVE on JSH-Online.com on Mon.,March 25 at 1:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. PT). The edited program will be on PrayerThatHeals.org/Audio and on our phone line on Wednesday, March 27.
If you want to gain a spiritual perspective on what true wealth actually is, on what basis it is available to all, and the pitfalls of comparing ourselves to others, especially in light of the growing wealth inequality in so many countries, be sure to listen to this edition of Sentinel Watch.
Discovering a God you can rely on
April 1 - 7
Guest: Sarah Hyatt
On this Sentinel Watch, our guest tells how she struggled to know whether prayer was effective or a waste of time. Hear how gaining a better sense of God in prayer not only brought her comfort but also healed the challenges she faced. To learn about the God we can rely on, tune in to this edition of Sentinel Watch.
Can reading a book heal us?
April 8 - 14
Guests: Jennifer McLaughlin, Dolph Desrisa, Tony Lobl
Guests discuss how their lives have been touched, inspired, and healed by reading Mary Baker Eddy’s book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. This book, like the Bible, is more than a “self-help” book, because it brings to light God’s ever-present help. To learn more, tune in to this edition of Sentinel Watch.
Look away from the body and find healing
April 15 - 21
Guest: Susan Tish
“Where should we look to find out how healthy we are?” Hear how one woman sought freedom from a painful injury through an approach that involved looking “away from the body into Truth and Love,” which are synonyms for God. When she did this, she found complete healing. To hear more, tune in to this edition of Sentinel Watch.
Long-standing problem, quick healing!
April 22 - 28
Guest: Christian Harder
Our guest shares how he found fulfillment of a Bible promise that we are all rooted and grounded in divine Love. After years of suffering from an abnormal growth, our guest experienced an insight into the nature of God and the perfection of God’s creation that dissolved this long-standing problem overnight. Hear more on this edition of Sentinel Watch.
Does doubt disqualify me from being healed?
April 29 - March 5**
Guest: Tom McElroy
**This will be a replay of a LIVE event on JSH-Online.com on Monday, April 22, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. PT).
Our guest answers questions about wrestling with doubt. A hymn in the Christian Science Hymnal reads: “O Love, our Mother, ever near, / To Thee we turn from doubt and fear!” (No. 232). Questions were sent in via JSH-Online.com. Learn how to overcome doubt and feel more of the freely given love of God, from which no one can be disqualified, on this edition of Sentinel Watch.
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.