Put your prayer into practice

AFTER the monetary and other household donations were given, the members of the Christian Science Church in Nambour asked what they could do to help the people in Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley affected by the recent floods.

The Christian Science Church in Toowoomba leapt at their offer to co-sponsor this inspirational talk by international speaker, Robin Hoagland.

Moved by love and wanting to help this region, Robin will be gearing her talk to be inclusive of those who suffered hardship in our area, and are still suffering.

 

Robin will present the talk titled, “How Prayer Meets our Need Today” on Tuesday, May 3 at 5pm at the Lockyer Valley Cultural Centre, 34 Lake Apex Drive, Gatton.

Prior to the talk is complimentary finger food at 4.30pm.

“In my talk I will explore how prayer today (as in Biblical times) is able to bring needed changes to our lives, including the healing of incurable conditions and difficult relationships, as well as rebuilding communities,” Robin said.

“Learn how you can pray effectively for healing in your own life.”

Being a part of the larger community is important to Robin.

She has coached youth soccer, visited shut-ins, and helped with worship services for the homeless.

While she had stints working in public radio, publishing and as a freelance writer, she realised her true love was helping others through Christian Science.

She is now a teacher of Christian Science healing.


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