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ChristianScience.com - Learn more about Christian Science, watch video testimonials, find answers to Frequently Asked Questions, join a discussion in a public forum, and read inspiring articles.
Daily Lift - Your Daily Lift is an inspired 2-min podcast every weekday. Get lifted.
Weekly Bible Lesson - The Bible Lesson comes in a variety of editions - electronic, print, and audio - that make it natural and easy to integrate the lesson into your life. It’s available in a variety of languages as well.
The Christian Science Monitor - Visit the free online news site for the internationally acclaimed Christian Science Monitor with articles and audio reports covering the days news, as well as special reports.
JSH-Online - A whole new way of studying, searching, sharing, and subscribing to the Christian Science magazines – all on one, easy-to-use website.
Online lectures on Christian Science.com - Watch public talks on Christian Science that cover a variety of personal, health, community, and global topics and show how the teachings of Christian Science bring healing and regeneration to both individuals and communities.
Inspiration via Telephone - Listen to the weekly Bible Lesson via telephone 24 hours a day by calling 323-543-8600. You may also listen to the Daily Life, Sentinel program and El Heraldo (in Spanish). If your phone plan does not include unlimited minutes, there may be a long distance charge. If you can't get through during peak periods, please try again later.
Christian Science in So Cal - The official blog site of the Committee on Publication for Southern California. The Committee is the media spokesperson and the legislative advocate answering questions about Christian Science and correcting misconceptions concerning Christian Science and Mary Baker Eddy. Check out the blog site.
The Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston - Read biographical information about Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science, or contact research librarians to ask questions about her life and times. Users may also request copies of Mrs. Eddy's unpublished works (for a fee).