zaterdag 26 april 2014

Next chat 29 april 2014

Should you ever compromise?

 Sentinel Audio Chat
Audio begins on April 29, 2014 at 2:00 pm EDT. Please come back to hear the broadcast!
Patricia S. Gantt Reiman
Few people ever want to compromise, and yet, sometimes compromising is necessary. When it is, there are good and not-so-good ways to go about it. Rigidly insisting on getting our way is rarely going to help, yet a prayerful approach can make all the difference. Humbly yielding our views and listening in prayer for the inspired, intelligent guidance of God, the divine Mind, can lead to solutions and resolutions that we may never have imagined possible. Fortunately, this doesn’t have to mean surrendering our values, morals, standards, beliefs, and all that we hold dear. It’s really seeing how God, Mind, unites us all and leads us to find common ground for the common good.
To explore this topic further, join this live chat and bring your questions for Christian Science practitioner Patsy Gantt Reiman from Colorado Springs, Colorado. And before the chat, you might enjoy reading Patsy’s article, “The power of compromise,” in the January, 2014, issue ofThe Christian Science Journal.
About Patricia Gantt Reiman: Patsy has devoted her life to spiritual healing through Christian Science treatment and has been a Journal-listed practitioner for over 30 years. She delights in demonstrating Jesus’ statement, “Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32). Along with having served on the Christian Science Board of Lectureship for three years, she has been active in branch church work, given numerous talks to Christian Science camps, Christian Science nurses, churches, and others. She has had articles published in the Christian Science periodicals.
Patsy is the mother of two adult children and one grandchild. She and her husband reside in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and also spend two to three months a year in Melbourne, Florida. They are active in their branch church and enjoy ballroom dancing, hiking, bicycling, and the beach, along with educational travel.

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