Communication: The Key Element in Parenting

Tad Reeves is Scientologist, a website systems engineer, and a parent of two adorable children.  He has a great time applying Scientology as a parent, and keeps up a website entitled ScientologyParent with tips and successes that he, his wife, and his friends have had in applying Scientology to the joys and challenges of parenting.I think that communication skill is one of the single most – if not the single most undervalued yet utterly essential skills in being a parent, a husband or a … [Read more...]

Putting Human Rights onto the Fast Track

Niki Lanik is a professional Austrian GT race driver and double UK Clio Cup Winter Champion.  He has been racing for humanitarian and charity campaigns since the start of his racing career in 2003.  His FIA GT3 Porsche bears the logo of Youth for Human Rights International.  In addition to distributing human rights educational booklets and airing public service announcements that promote the 30 articles of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights at his races, Lanik attends the Hu … [Read more...]

Into the Ring

Plunk. Plunk. Plop. That’s the sound of hats being tossed in the ring as the 2012 elections loom. So what is the Scientologist’s view of politics? Well, they range from left to right and fall anywhere in between. Politics are personal and, as someone who considers herself fairly interested in politics, I sometimes am amazed at just how widely divergent the views of my fellow parishioners are.As left, right and center as a Scientologist’s views are, Scientology itself is nonpolitical. Scien … [Read more...]

Meet Scientologists–the Jive Aces

Britain’s Number One swing band, the Jive Aces, are one of the hardest-working bands in show business today, performing more than 300 times a year in 25 countries. They have appeared on hundreds of TV and radio programs worldwide. With their trademark high-energy floorshow they enjoy a wild popularity with fans of all ages.The six lads from London were drawn together by their love for a style and music that outclassed anything in the 1980s. Hot jive has the beat, energy and enthusiasm of rock ‘ … [Read more...]

What Scientologists Do

As a Minister of the Church of Scientology, I often field questions from ministers or pastors of other religions, asking, “What does Scientology believe in”?I usually answer that Scientologists are a mixed lot, and it’s hard to answer for them all.  But as for me, I believe that each person is an immortal spiritual being, and that we are basically good.  That we are all trying to survive, and that some of us are doing a better job of that than others.Then I usually tell them that the more imp … [Read more...]

Don and Kalendi Engle — Two Chefs with the Recipe for a Happy Life

Don and Kalindi Engle are Detroit-area Scientologists.  Don is an executive chef and Kalindi is a pastry chef.  Both are featured in Scientology.org on the video channel.Don's story:Whether preparing a perfect sauce, dishing out 2,500 meals a day at the Detroit Athletic Club, or creating a fresh nuance to a classic pasta dish, chef Don Engle adds a pound of energy and a pinch of optimism to everything he does.Working as a cook since he graduated from high school in Detroit, Engle, now 42, … [Read more...]

Scientologist Combating HIV/AIDS Pandemic

Scientologist Marc Koska was awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his work to invent a self-destructing syringe and his educational initiative to stamp out the use of unsafe injections in Third World countries. His video is available at the Scientology website.In 1984, as the world was learning of a new disease called HIV/AIDS, Koska, then 23, read an article predicting that unsafe injections would spread the disease like a plague.That's when his life changed.“Appalled at t … [Read more...]

Scientology Volunteer Ministers–a Force for Good

Looking out over the ruins in Sendai, a Scientology Volunteer Minister who traveled to Japan to serve in the wake of the April 2011 earthquake and tsunami.In creating the Scientology Volunteer Ministers program in 1976, Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote an essay titled "Religious Influence in Society," the full text of which is online, in which he wrote:"Briefly, a Volunteer Minister fulfills the definition of religion in this increasingly cynical and hopeless world.""In a few … [Read more...]


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