As the media and legislative liaison for Christian Science for the State of New York, I write about spirituality and health from my perspective as a Christian Science practitioner. I enjoy connecting with health reporters and editors to learn what they have found regarding the impact of thought and consciousness on health, and to share what I’ve learned through my years of experience in helping many people find healing through prayer.
People are searching for answers to health questions and many are considering the impact thought has on health. As a public practitioner of Christian Science, I help people better understand and experience health in all aspects of their lives. This prayer based system of healing is founded on The Bible, particularly the New Testament and Jesus’s example, and on Mary Baker Eddy’s primary work Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Before this I spent years helping businesses grow and prosper through my work as a commercial banker. I loved being an active part of my children growing up years, and now enjoy my work and when possible being outside participating in life (usually with my wife) biking, walking, jogging, roller blading, and avoiding the cars in my midtown Manhattan neighborhood.
About the Christian Science Committee on Publication
In addition to the writing on health that I mention in the about me section, Committees look for opportunities to provide accurate information to the public about Christian Science and its founder Mary Baker Eddy. As part of this activity, we are also a point of contact for state and federal lawmakers on issues relating to Christian Science and its practical system of healing.
About this Website
Public thought is moving. There is so much happening in the field of health. This website’s purpose is to contribute to the on-going dialog about health. The articles posted here bring out the connection between health and consciousness – spiritual consciousness. They should offer hope that, where there might seem to be no answers, there are solutions. All of us want health, and the freedom to live healthy, active lives. My aspiration is that there will be ideas here that will help readers find steps toward experiencing consistent health.
You will find a number of resources in this website that will enable you to search deeper if you choose to. Feel free to comment or contact me if you have questions.
The name of the Website, “NYThinkOnHealth.com”, was inspired by The Bible’s New Testament where we are encouraged to “think on these things” and the author (the Apostle Paul) tells us “these things” are that which is true, honest, just, pure, lovely, and of good report. Thinking on health in a different way, gaining a new insight – into the things that are true – has brought about improved health and lives for many.