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Christian Science talks in Washington (all are free and you’re invited)

Friday, April 25 — 7 p.m.
CURING THE INCURABLE

Speaker: Elise Moore
Christian Science Church
2201 Simpson Avenue
Aberdeen, WA 98520
(360) 533-5049

Friday, April 25 — 7:30 p.m.
RESPONDING TO GOD’S SUSTAINING LOVE

Speaker: Brian Talcott
Pickering Barn
1730 10th Avenue NW
Issaquah, WA 98027
(425) 392-8140
christianscienceissaquah.com

FAITH, CHRISTIANITY, HEALTH: A LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Saturday, April 26 — 11 a.m.

Speaker: Kari Mashos
The Seasons Performance Hall
101 North Naches Avenue
Yakima, WA 98901
(509) 925-3935
christianscienceyakima.com

HEALING WITH SCIENTIFIC CERTAINTY THROUGH THE CHRIST
Saturday, April 26 — 2 p.m.

Speaker: Christine Driessen
The Inn at Gig Harbor, Narrows Room
3211 56th St NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
(253) 858-3828
facebook.com/CSReadingRoom

Sunday, April 27 — 2 p.m.
FAITH, CHRISTIANITY, HEALTH: A LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Speaker: Kari Mashos
Christian Science Church
1700 28th Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98199
(206) 283-6900
christiansciencetwelfthseattle.com

Sunday, May 4 — 3 p.m.
WHAT IS IT THAT CONNECTS PRAYER WITH HEALING?

Speaker: Mark Swinney
Christian Science Church
1752 Wells Street
Enumclaw, WA 98022
(360) 825-2546

Monday, May 5 — 7:30 p.m.
ETERNAL LIFE—COULD IT BE THAT GOD DIDN’T INTEND YOU TO AGE?

Speaker: Mark Swinney
Youth Theatre Northwest
8805 SE 40th Street
Mercer Island, WA 98040
(206) 232-5850

We’ll post more of these as they become available. Meanwhile, you can watch video talks  by many of the same speakers here.

Coming on Sentinel Radio

Listen 24/7 to the Christian Science Sentinel: Radio Edition via our free online player. You can also listen to the program on these stations in Washington:

  • Aberdeen – KBKW 1450 AM, 94.7 FM, and kbkw.com – Sunday, 9 a.m.
  • Spokane – KQNT 590 AM and 590kqnt.com – Sunday, 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Listen now (24/7) — God’s protective power: Ours to utilize wherever we are
Guests: Chris Johnson, Kari Mashos, James Spencer

Can we be certain of our safety, wherever we are? Or are we dependent on circumstances, and subject to the actions of others?  Many people have found that relying on the one God, on His supremacy and love, in every circumstance, places our safety on the highest basis.  On the April 12 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel,  we’ll hear the first-hand experiences of people who relied on God for their safety in some tough situations, and found His law of good to be a sure help.

April 19 – 25 – “The Lord is my Shepherd”
Guests: Nate Talbot, Kate Lazarus

The well-known words from the Bible “The Lord is my shepherd” are a tender reminder of God’s love for each one of us, of His constant guidance and comforting care. To follow His direction through the teachings and example of Jesus, can bring profound renewal to our lives. Hear about this, and about an instance of a life renewed, on the April 19 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.

April 26 – May 2 – Fresh hope, new possibilities, and the demise of cynicism
Guests: Phil Davis, Sandy Portincaso, James Rosebush

Has cynicism become a habit? Does it seem wise to distrust the motives of most people in authority? Hear from those who felt they had a good reason to be cynical, but chose a different course—a God-inspired one, you might say—that moved events in a helpful direction. That’s on the April 26 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.

May 3 – 9 – Allergies? There’s a healing solution
Guests: Candace du Mars, Richard Stillman, Susan Collins

Many people yearn to be free from allergies. The Bible provides a fresh, reassuring perspective that supports complete healing. It tells us about God’s omnipotence and that prayer helps us to experience His power in daily life. Hear about a healing solution to allergies on the May 3 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.

May 10 – 16 – Triumph in adversity
Guests: Giselle Jordan, Rhea Buck, Bill Moody

Are you struggling with an ongoing physical problem?  Or having trouble with a difficult longstanding family situation? Can we find solutions in the middle of difficult circumstances? Can we triumph in adversity? Learn how to find comfort, peace, and health on the May 10 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.

May 17 – 23 – A way out of depression
Guests: Elise Moore, Kim Kilduff, Doug Sytsma

If you’ve been struggling with depression, there’s a reliable basis for hope and healing in the Bible’s assurance that “God is light, and in him is no darkness at all.” Regardless of the apparent causes of depression or how long someone may have felt imprisoned by it, we can see it dissolve in the light of God’s all powerful love. There’s no darkness of fear, no thick layer of discouragement or sadness in God, or in us as His likeness. Hear how a Bible-based, spiritual view of God and His creation can open the way to freedom from depression on the May 17 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.

May 24 – 30 – The thoughts and theology that lift up lives
Guests: Lynne Buckley-Quirk, Mary Ann Livingston, Tony Lobl

Whether or not we realize it, our everyday thoughts are not independent of the direction our lives take or our well-being. Thoughts can shape attitudes, lead to action — even determine health. In short, the quality of our thoughts makes an enormous difference in the quality of our lives. Hear how people’s lives, including their health, were made better by changing the way they think — on the May 24 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.

May 31 –  June 6 – Patience and persistence when it’s most needed
Guests: Jacklyn J. Williams, Judy Wolff, Karl S. Sandberg

Are you struggling with a long-term physical trouble that just doesn’t give way to your best efforts?  Many have found permanent healing by looking to a different basis for health — a spiritual one.  Hear how persistent prayer healed a woman of a debilitating disease when the outlook seemed anything but hopeful. That’s on the May 31 Radio Edition of the Christian Science Sentinel.

‘Daily Lift’ offers spiritual perspective on life’s events

Any time you want a quick spiritual pick-me-up, try the two-minute “Daily Lift.”  It’s a short overview of a timely topic—such as employment, severe weather, and loving our neighbor—from a spiritual perspective.  There’s a new Daily Lift every weekday.  You can find it at ChristianScience.com/DailyLift.  Or try the Daily Lift iPhone app.

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