vrijdag 6 januari 2012

Next chat 17 januari 2012


Sports—what really counts?


Mark Swinney, C.S.B.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
2:00pm EST - 3:00pm EST
Sports have long been regarded as a metaphor for life—a call for courage, persistence, focused skill, unselfish teamwork, joy in action, all of which will be on display in this Olympic year of 2012. Many top-level athletes attribute their success to the power of prayer and God in their lives. Join this chat to discuss how your relation to God plays a key role in dissolving issues such as divisiveness, win-at-all-costs attitudes (including the temptation to use performance-enhancing drugs), and enmity between rival teams and nations. Bring your questions for Mark Swinney, a former professional sportsman who is now a Christian Science practitioner and teacher.
About Mark Swinney: Mark Swinney, a native of Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been in the full-time public practice of Christian Science healing since 1988. For several years, Mark traveled extensively, speaking about Christian healing. He has contributed articles to spirituality.com, and to the Christian Science Sentinel and The Christian Science Journal. He is deeply interested in how the power and laws of God operate to help and heal.

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