Monthly Archives: May 2010

Healthcare Answers: Religious Exemptions to Healthcare Reform

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Janiva Toler Executive Director Answers Your Questions on Healthcare
Question: Under health care reform, will a Christian Scientist be required to buy health insurance if not already covered? There are a lot of rumors about a r...

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Thoughts About My First Christian Science Nursing Arts Training Class

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I began my training in January of this year and spent my first four weeks in class. During the first week, I knew exactly why the BA’s training program was right for me. I saw how deep the metaphysics went, and how firmly ground...

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Joyful Giving: How a News Veteran Contributes

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What former Monitor newsman served at the BA as a Second Reader and drummer? (Not together, mind you!) And for the better part of the last seven years, he’s been using his in-depth knowledge of the news to head up a regular Moni...

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The True Value of Rest & Study

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Rest & Study is an opportunity to gain new spiritual perspectives, insights and ideas that allow us to grow forward in our journey “from sense to Soul.” Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association is not just a place but a spiritual ...

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The True Value of Rest & Study

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Rest & Study is an opportunity to gain new spiritual perspectives, insights and ideas that allow us to grow forward in our journey “from sense to Soul.” Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association is not just a place but a spiritual ...

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Love that Dirty Water

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“Oh, Boston, you’re my home.” The Boston area was reminded of this 1966 hit single by the Standells — and official theme song of the Boston Red Sox — these past few days. In the late morning of Saturday, May 1, a major ...

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May 2010 Newsletter

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