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Moving Past Fear – TO HEALING

June 8 @ 11:00am ET

First Church of Christ, Scientist
7905 Hague Road
Indianapolis, IN
(see map below for driving directions)

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Sponsored by First, Fifth, & Sixth Churches of Christ, Scientist, Indianapolis, IN

About this lecture:

This talk will focus on universal healing precepts found in the Holy Bible, especially in Christ Jesus’ life and teachings, showing how they are available for anyone to understand and experience through the lens of Christian Science.

“Fear can be overcome and even healed in our lives by discovering the strong connection and relationship we have to something bigger than ourselves—God,” says Troseth. “By learning to lean and rely on this greater, higher good, we can feel moved to love beyond ourselves—and this frees us from fear and so much more.”

Sharing examples of healing from her own life and professional practice of Christian Science, Troseth will explain why Christian Science is both Christian and scientific, meaning that people can prove its effectiveness for themselves, as fully described in the book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, written by the founder of the Christian Science movement, Mary Baker Eddy.

Troseth will also touch on the life of Mary Baker Eddy, who came to understand, confirm, and teach what she felt was original Christian healing. Eddy herself said she was especially inspired by Jesus’ demand, “He that believes on me, the works that I do will he do also; and greater works than these will he do, because I go unto my Father” (found in the Gospel of John 14:12 in the Bible).

For over 150 years, people around the world have worked to follow Christ Jesus in this practice of Christianity and continue to do so today, experiencing healings of physical ills and personal difficulties.

Lisa Troseth has been a Christian Science practitioner for many years, helping people on a daily basis through this scientific approach to prayer.  She travels from her home base in Rogers, Arkansas, to speak to audiences around the world as a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.

Meet the Lecturer, Lisa Troseth, CSB

“What should I do with my life?” Lisa often wondered during her early twenties. She wasn’t sure where she was headed, but she was praying to be of service to humanity. That’s when it occurred to her: If we’re motivated by love in whatever we’re doing, even if our efforts seem small on the surface, then we’ll be living in accord with a power that genuinely makes a difference—the power of God, which the Bible says is Love itself.

At the time, she had begun to really open her heart to God and was learning from the study of Christian Science that the nature of our divine Creator is infinitely loving and we’re designed to express God’s love in beautiful and unique ways. It’s like each of us, including our daily endeavors, are made to be an artistic tapestry of divine Love.

This idea still inspires her each day to see and treat everyone she meets with love, to acknowledge their God-derived value, beauty, and uniqueness. Christian Science has shown Lisa how letting a truer sense of God’s all-defining love govern how we interact and genuinely care for each other actually leads the way to useful ideas and purposeful action, and improves society as a whole. Since her twenties, Lisa has seen how these views have led her and others in a variety of fruitful endeavors that bring genuine healing where it’s needed most.

Along the way, Lisa has worked with educational non-profits, contributed to community art events, participated in interfaith programs, and served as a Christian Science nurse. She is now in the full-time healing ministry as a Christian Science practitioner, teacher, and lecturer.

Driving directions to the lecture venue, First Church of Christ, Scientist, Indianapolis at 7905 Hague Road, Indianapolis: