zaterdag 28 juli 2012

Next chat 31 juli 2012

Prayer about drug trafficking and violence in Mexico

 Sentinel Audio Chat
Audio begins on July 31, 2012 at 2:00 pm EDT. Please come back to hear the broadcast!
Lyle Young
From Afghanistan to Colombia, and many places in between, drugs and drug trafficking have been a serious problem and a blight on progress. For Mexicans and people in the Southwestern United States, this is an issue that threatens many lives and livelihoods––even among those who aren't involved in the trafficking.
Arturo Gudiño Chong
Whether you live in that part of the world or not, you're welcome to bring your questions and concerns on this subject to these guests who have a global––and also spiritual––outlook. Their responses will offer insights that point toward healing solutions. As you participate in this hour of thought and prayer, you'll also be making a contribution to peace not only in Mexico and the American Southwest but to other areas where people are struggling with these problems.
About Lyle Young: Lyle, a native of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, first learned of Christian Science at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he received a degree in music performance. After graduation he began studying Christian Science, and several years later went into the public healing practice.  He became a Christian Science teacher in 1991, later managed the Church’s legislative and media relations for Canada, and served as First Reader of The Mother Church in Boston from 2004-2007. Lyle has given public lectures and facilitated workshops on the subject of Christian Science healing in English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish in some 35 countries throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. He is currently a member of the Christian Science Board of Directors.
About Arturo Gudiño Chong: A native of Mexico City, Arturo heard about Christian Science when his mother experienced a fast recovery after being medically diagnosed with a terminal condition. Arturo is a Christian Science practitioner, and as the Committee on Publication for Mexico, he often writes articles on Christian Science for the media. He lives with his wife and three children in the state of Sinaloa, in northeastern Mexico, which has experienced much of the violence associated with drug trafficking.
Before going into the healing ministry, he worked as an Internet systems developer and started a company called Clickbalance.

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