Lecture to focus on connection between prayer, health

 
Submitted by First Church of Christ, Scientist
Updated 9/12/2018 1:36 PM
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Many people are looking for better health and a deeper, more meaningful way of life. Practitioner of Christian Science healing and international speaker Michelle Nanouche says, "Spirituality isn't just a lifestyle choice. It is the basic element of true being."

Nanouche will present a live web lecture titled "Finding God, Finding Health" at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22. Go to register.gotowebinar.com/register/2852814151664706817 for registration information.

The event is free and sponsored by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Geneva. Anyone wanting to participate can watch the lecture from their computer/device. Time will be allotted after the lecture for questions and answers.

At one time or another, nearly everyone has asked, "What is God, really? Is God good? Does God allow evil to happen? Can I trust God to help me in time of need?"

In this talk, Nanouche will discuss a view of God that Christian Science offers: a God who is divine good and only good; that doesn't punish His creation or send sickness and pain; that is knowable -- completely discoverable -- through prayer; and how this awareness of God brings greater well-being into our lives.

Nanouche's ideas are based on the teachings of Christ Jesus as recorded in the Bible and as discussed in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, discoverer and founder of Christian Science. She also will share examples from her public healing ministry of recovery from hardship.

Nanouche trained and practiced as a Christian Science Nurse for 10 years before changing her focus from nursing care to the prayer practice of Christian Science. She brings more than 35 years of professional experience to her work as a practitioner of this healing method.

Since 1995, she has lectured on the subject of prayer and healing throughout the U.S., Europe and Africa and was the contact person for information on Christian Science to public authorities, the legislature, and the media for several years in New Jersey.

Nanouche is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship. She lives in Paris, France. She is available to lecture in French and English.

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