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There’s a spiritual solution to every problem

With all the challenges today, sometimes it’s hard to know where to turn for help. There are so many different opinions about how to solve any given problem.

But the real solutions are always spiritual. It’s about getting to know God better, feeling His/Her presence and love, listening for and trusting God’s guidance.

In order to give you some encouraging and helpful ideas on how to meet the challenges of the day, several New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut Christian Science churches will sponsor a Radio Lecture series called:

Spiritual Solutions for Today’s Challenges.

These presentations will air on radio station
WOR-710 AM
on Sunday nights at 8:00 pm

You can listen to the live-stream at
in October and November
(The sponsoring churches are in parentheses)

October 4 – Prayer and Well-being: A Spiritual Adventure by Nate Frederick, CS   (Tarrytown, NY)

October 11 – A Spiritual Revolution: The Quest to Experience God by Giulia Nesi Tetreau, CSB  (Ridgefield, CT)

October 18 – Never Alone: How Spiritual Ideas Work in Us by Melanie Wahlberg, CS   (Englewood, NJ and Midland Park, NJ)

October 25 – Christian Science: A Clearer View of You by Lyle Young, CSB  (Eighth Church, Manhattan)

November 1 – A New View of God and Its Effect on Well-Being by Phillip Hockley, CS   (New Canaan, CT)

November 8 – Experiencing Heaven Now by Mary Bothwell, CSB   (Southampton, LI, NY and Levittown, LI, NY)

November 15 – Angry No More: From Hurt to Health through Forgiveness by Michelle Boccanfuso Nanouche, CSB   (Flushing, NY)

November 22 – Prayer and Healing: A Spiritual Response to Fear and Contagion by Nate Frederick, CS   (Northport, LI, NY)

Listen later if you missed it:

During the series, will have a webpage for SPIRITUAL SOLUTIONS FOR TODAY’S CHALLENGES.  Every lecture will be accessible as a podcast after it airs until the series is over. It can be replayed by listeners until November 22. Go to:

This Lecture Series and the podcast have been approved by the Board of Lectureship.

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