Live the Answer to Your Questions

Today’s guest blog is written by Kim Shippey, an avid reader and devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He is a full-time writer and editor with the Christian Science Sentinel, a weekly print and online publication. Have you heard the one about the man who asks his rabbi, “Why is it that rabbis always answer a question with another question?” The rabbi answers: “So what’s wrong with a question?” That story opens a new book, Living the Questions (HarperCollins, 2012), by David M. Felton and Continue Reading

Fresh starts

Today’s guest blog is written by Kim Shippey, avid reader of books and articles on spirituality, and Boston-based writer and editor. You can also read his columns in the Christian Science Sentinel, a weekly print and online publication. Many of you will know the story about one of the America’s top violinists, Joshua Bell, who on a cold morning in January 2007 played some intricate Bach variations on his 3.5 million Stradivarius on a railway station platform in Washington, DC. In 45 minutes, Continue Reading

Think BIG

This week's guest blogger, Kim Shippey, is an avid reader and an editor for the Christian Science Sentinel. His post takes a look at two books--one new and one a classic--that shed light on prayer and healing. Kim comes from a long tradition of practicing spiritual healing, and he writes this blog from his perspective of growing up with parents who were both Christian Science practitioners, dedicating their time to healing in their community after raising four children. A recent book by Rabbi Continue Reading

7 Ways to a Good Grip on Life

Today's guest blog is written by Kim Shippey, avid reader of books on spirituality and Boston-based writer and editor. You can also read his columns in the Christian Science Sentinel, a weekly print and online publication. Could you imagine anyone--mother, soldier, schoolteacher, business executive, bus driver, retiree--who wouldn’t be tempted to at least browse through a book titled 7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness (Loyola Press, 2012). And whether you endorse--or feel tempted to use--author Joe Continue Reading