Live Talk with Particia Woodard, C.S.
This talk will explain how Christian Science shows the provable relevance of Jesus’ ministry in our lives today. Patty will share examples that prove how a clear view of our God-given wholeness releases us from burdens in our lives and causes us to soar!
This talk is sponsored by First Church of Christ Scientist, North Richland Hills. The talk is in the church auditorium at 7318 N.E. Loop 820, North Richland Hills, TX 76180.
Join us for this free Christian Science lecture by Kari Mashos.
“Certainly another topic so needed for our world to address is terrorism and violence. My own experiences in the USA and the Middle East when confronted first hand with terrorism provide a way for me to share how the practice of Christian Science can help the world understand and utilize the healing power of the First Commandment as well as the equally important one to ‘love your neighbor as yourself.’ ”
When: Saturday April 14th at 11:00 a.m.
Where: Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist, 6414 Abrams Road, Dallas TX 75231
When: Saturday, February 17, 2018, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Where: The Leaves, 1230 West Spring Valley Road, Richardson, TX 75080 Presenter: Don Feldheim, author of “Principles of Expressive Reading”
This unique seminar will benefit any student of Christian Science. Readers (former, current, and future), the general membership, regular church attendees, and senior Sunday School students.
You will receive tools that will help you:
deepen your scholarly understanding
elevate scholarly understanding to heartfelt understanding
gain the freedom to rexpress the spirit of the word with heartfelt fervor
You will also learn about the reading standards set by Mary Baker Eddy and the Holy Bible. As well, you will get ideas about how our Bible Lessons can help us become better healers and ensure the prosperity of our church.
The $25 cost of this workshop includes lunch and a PDF copy of the 220-page book, “Principles of Expressive Reading,” by Don Feldheim.
Here is a flyer with more information, including registration details. Please register by February 14.