John Quincy Adams III
John’s great joy is healing. Here are his words: “There is nothing that compares to the moment of healing, of realizing God’s actuality, and one’s innocence as His child. Healing directly impacts families, friends, neighbors, and communities.”
John spent his early years in the Midwest being taught in the Christian Science Sunday School with his brother and three sisters. Later, in his teens, he moved to New York City, where he pursued an acting career, studying with Lee Strasberg and Herbert Berghoff.
In his mid twenties, John was healed of a serious drug habit by reading Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy three times cover to cover. His healing was life altering, and since then he has devoted his life to church participation in a full range of commitments, caring for his family, and his continued spiritual development.
John owned a total of nine flower stores in New York City while raising a family of three children with his former wife.
In 1985, he sold the last of his businesses and went into the full-time public practice of Christian Science. John is also a teacher of Christian Science.
He served for six years as a Trustee of Daycroft School in Greenwich, Connecticut.
He has had several articles appear in The Christian Science Journal and Christian Science Sentinel. He has recorded for “The Truth That Heals” radio series and been interviewed on Sentinel Radio. John has also given talks at drug treatment centers, medical schools, religious study classes, and prison facilities.