Free one-hour talk with Melanie Wahlberg

Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 1:00 PM CST

In-Person and Remote*

Christian Science Reading Room
2628 N Clark Street, Chicago
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(773) 868-0991

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It can be easy to feel alone or unsupported in our efforts to overcome difficult circumstances.  It would be helpful to know how to get through it all!

Practitioner of Christian Science healing, Melanie Wahlberg, says, “When people contact me to pray for them, I reassure them that God loves us deeply, providing fresh ideas about our spiritual nature that wipe away fear and reveal inspired solutions.  By turning to God for help, we open up to divine ideas to feel the presence of God in tangible ways, ways that change our lives and our health for the better.”

In this talk, Melanie’s points come from studying Christ Jesus’ examples of healing in the Bible, as well as Mary Baker Eddy’s book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, which offers a practical explanation of spiritual healing today based on Christ Jesus.

In addition, Wahlberg will discuss God as all Spirit, divine Love, infinite Mind, showing the connection between knowing God in this way, prayer, and reliable healing.  She will also share examples from her professional healing practice of how this approach has transformed lives, including a mother and her infant daughter healed of physical and emotional issues.

Melanie Wahlberg originally pursued a career as a college mathematics professor, achieving a doctorate in mathematics.  However, she found that when students would come to her office for help with calculus, conversation frequently turned to spirituality – after solving the math problems!  Eventually, Wahlberg shifted her career from mathematics professor to Christian Science practitioner.  She is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship and travels frequently from her home in Southern California, speaking to audiences about Christian Science healing.

This event is sponsored by Second Church of Christ, Scientist in Chicago.

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