zaterdag 16 november 2013

Next chat 19 november 2013

The 'midlife crisis' and proactive prayers

 Sentinel Audio Chat
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Norm Bleichman
What do you do if you come to a point in your life when you feel unfulfilled, without purpose or direction, burdened by disappointment? In essence you may feel as if you're experiencing what the world calls a "midlife crisis.” Rather than following the world's remedy of buying a new car or leaving your marriage, there's a more practical and permanent solution: discovering the unchanging goodness and completeness that are already and always a part of you as an idea of God. Understanding your spiritual identity could very well lead to a radical lifestyle makeover that is joyful and satisfying.
Mary Baker Eddy wrote a book called Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures that shows us how to free ourselves from midlife maladies and other labels associated with age and aging. In this book she writes, “Each successive stage of experience unfolds new views of divine goodness and love” (p. 66).
Join Christian Science practitioner Norm Bleichman in a live question-and-answer chat as he explores the spiritual, eternal—ageless—nature of men and women and answers questions about how we can recognize that nature in our own lives.
About Norm Bleichman: After college, Norm served in the United States Navy, including a tour of duty in Vietnam. He then worked in Los Angeles as a writer for television and advertising. He and his family moved to New England in 1987 when he began serving The Mother Church as Managing Editor of World Monitor Magazine. Since then, he’s worked in communications and media production for several Church departments, including the Committee on Publication, the Clerk’s Office, and The Writings of Mary Baker Eddy (now called the Office of the Publisher’s Agent). He’s also been involved in producing The Mother Church Annual Meeting for many years. He became listed as a practitioner in The Christian Science Journal in 2011 and served on the Christian Science Board of Lectureship for three years. Norm is currently serving as Second Reader of The Mother Church.

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