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Watch the replay below.

If you missed the Live Webinar November 9th, you can still view replay below!

 The program is an informal talk on Christian Science, titled, “Never too late to experience freedom.

If you have questions about the program, want to know how to view the recording or to connect with a local church, you can call Rebecca at 540-484-3295., This webinar is sponsored by First Churches of Christ, Scientist, in Waynesboro and Roanoke, VA.

A fresh perspective – freedom!

Guest Webinar speaker Patricia Woodard affirms, “A fresh perspective on God and God’s creation brings healing now, just as in Jesus’ time. Talk about freedom!”

“What we’re looking for,” says Woodard, “is a view that uplifts our thoughts, changing our perspective to one that makes a difference for the better, that heals. To me, this is what Christian Science is about: finding a spiritual perspective of God that reveals the goodness, wellness, and freedom flowing from God every day, helping those take tangible and reliable shape in our lives and the lives of others.”

Her lecture explores the practicality in today’s world of Christ Jesus’ life and works as recorded in the Bible and as discussed in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, written by the founder of the Christian Science movement, Mary Baker Eddy.

Practical ideas that heal as Jesus did

“I share the way Christian Science has brought healing to my own life,” she says, “rescuing me from a troubling situation with my teenage daughter, and healing a contagious disease while living abroad. I also give examples of how it has helped others from different walks of life find freedom from financial difficulty and threatening illness.”

Woodard explains, “The common thread through these experiences is a clearer view of the reality of God’s good news that God derived freedom is inherently ours now, releasing us from fear and pain in our lives and causing us to soar!”   

Our speaker/ bio

For many years, Patricia Woodard has been a Christian Science practitioner, praying with people for divine help and healing.  She loves to travel and has lived in many parts of the US and twice in Brazil.  Each new culture and environment has taught her more about God, universal Love, and how all people are made to reflect God’s goodness.  More recently, Woodard has been active in taking the healing ministry to those in the prison system in Dallas, Texas, where she now resides. She lectures widely as a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.