Religious Science

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“What Is Wisdom?” by Rev. Dr. Nadene Rogers

Climbing a ladder can be fun, as it points our direction and focus toward something presently out of reach…

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Self Care

“Self Care: Centered in Self,” by Rev. Dr. Nadene Rogers

When I was studying to become a science of mind practitioner, I set to practice a concept that is the foundational under-pinning of the principles and it completely blew my mind!

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“The Sacred Cow” by Rev. Dr. Nadene Rogers

The figurative use of the term ‘sacred cow’, to refer to a project or process that is immune from tampering. In the teachings of Science …

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Power of Prayer

“Emotion and the Power of Prayer,” by Rev. Dr. Nadene Rogers

In the Science of Mind philosophy, we learn Affirmative Prayer or Spiritual Mind Treatment and know it to be a key to greater peace and happiness.

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“Creativity and Abundance: The Buck Stops Here!” by Rev. Dr. Nadene Rogers

We all know the saying “The Bucks Stops Here” and you have probably felt the weight of responsibility that statement engenders in you as you speak it.

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“Loosen Up, Lighten Up!” by Rev. Dr. Nadene Rogers

Lightening up is not as easy as our desire would like it to be. It takes practice to shift our self-perceptions and welcome in and let out playful, expansive energy.

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“Putting Life Back in Our Living” by Rev. Dr. Nadene Rogers

Having shared sentiments of love and peace over the holidays, some of us having traveled many miles, we now find ourselves back in the swing of things ready to welcome the adventures of a New Year.  

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“Spiritual Football” by David Sills

I sometimes find myself playing a game I call spiritual football. In spiritual football, I am the football field. I am the goalposts. I am …

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Season of light returning

The Journey of Becoming: The Dance with Darkness and Light by Rev. Dr. Nadene Rogers

The light-filled season of Hanukkah the Festival of Light; Winter Solstice, the Return of the Light; Christmas, the Bringer of the Light; and Kwanza, bringing light and understanding to family, community, and culture.

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Thanksgiving

“A Thanksgiving to Remember” by David Sills

Thoughts on gratitude and perspective on Thanksgiving.

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