Never Alone:
How Spiritual Ideas Work in Us

A video replay of this online talk by Melanie Wahlberg is available below. 

Learn how to experience God as an active presence of good in our lives, and a reliable source of fresh ideas that bring about inspired solutions.  Ideas from God stir something new in our consciousness.  They uplift our outlook in ways that change our lives and our health for the better.  God’s thoughts remind us of our spiritual identity, show us our potential, and enable us to heal and to be healed.

Click play button to watch the lecture.  The video is preceded by 15 minutes of music. 

What is Christian Science? An approach to Christianity based on the idea that the divine truth and love which shone through Jesus’ life and works are timeless, universal, and understandable, and so can be experienced through healing in our lives today.

 

Melanie Wahlberg, CS

ABOUT OUR SPEAKER

Two influences on me that I’ll never forget were the Christian Science Sunday School and a mom who turned to prayer and encouraged me to do the same.  These influences showed me something of the reliability of God and spiritual inspiration, and trusting this helped me find my way growing up.

After finishing a doctorate in mathematics, I became a college professor and truly enjoyed teaching. There was nothing better than witnessing a reluctant student realize that a previously mystifying concept was actually within reach to anyone. 

But the higher promise of Christian Science beckoned me to help people redeem and uplift their lives in a fuller way.  After just two years at the college, I resigned from my position and began accepting calls as a Christian Science practitioner. 

These days I love working from my home office in the Los Angeles area.  I like to see lives transformed by the healing ideas of Christian Science, where we ourselves are helped and, at the same time, find we can help others. 

 

 

THIS LECTURE IS SPONSORED BY
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
IN SEQUIM, WASHINGTON

 

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