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The Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel are all about individuals sharing experiences that show how an understanding of Christian Science can lead to healing and to other practical, positive solutions. These insights and results help anyone see how their lives—and their community—can be made better through prayer. We'd love to have you share the experiences and healings that come about through your study and practice of Christian Science.

Submission Guidelines

Read the guidelines for content submissions to the Journal and Sentinel.
Interested in submitting a testimony? Review the testimony guidelines.

Submit your manuscript online

Your submissions will be reviewed by our editorial team for possible publication online and in the periodicals. Use the online submission form to submit your manuscript for consideration to be published online and in the print editions of The Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel.

Submit Manuscript


Letters to the Editor

To submit Letters to the Editor, please send your correspondence to: 


Submit your Collection idea

Have an idea for a new collection (pamphlet, special edition, etc.)? This is where you can share articles and testimonies you feel would work well together. A minimum of two articles and one testimony are required for a collection submission. Generally, pamphlets contain 4 articles and 1-2 testimonies of healing. Your submissions will be reviewed by our editorial team for possible publication. If your submission is selected for print or digital publishing, please note, you will not receive notification or attribution. If you have any questions, please visit our FAQ page or contact us.

Submit Collection 

In pulling together a collection, some points you may want to consider are:

  • The selected articles should focus on a topic, but have some variety that brings different perspectives and insights.
  • It can be beneficial if the first article in the collection gently introduces the idea of Christian healing and opens thought.
  • Be sure that at least one of the articles in the collection addresses the topic of the Christ, and who Mary Baker Eddy is.
  • The testimonies should be clear examples of healing that illustrate the topic. If possible we like them to be fairly recent.
  • Generally collections contain 4 articles and 1-2 testimonies of healing; sometimes a poem is part of the line-up.