|Lecture planned to focus on love, relationships|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Friday, 24 May 2013 07:07|
PERRYSBURG - First Church of Christ, Scientist in Maumee is offering a special lecture May 31 which is open to the public. It will focus on overcoming family obstacles and developing healthier relationships, with a goal to "Find the love that unites."
At times family relationships can be difficult and many people are searching for ways to get along better with family members.
There are paths to happier and healthier relationships, said Evan Mehlenbacher, a Christian Science lecturer who will explain those paths next Friday.
"Family problems are universal but I've learned that when people understand their relationship to God better, their relationships with others improve," said Mehlenbacher, who has addressed audiences throughout the world.
"This lecture explains how to find the love of God that prospers relationships and blesses families. It shows how to overcome grudges, resentments, anger, loneliness, despair and other complaints that keep people apart," says Mehlenbacher, a teacher and practitioner of Christian Science healing.
He also shares healings of loneliness, a marriage falling apart, painful disease, drug addiction and alcoholism.
"If you're ready to feel more love in your life and experience the blessings it brings, this message will speak to you," he said.
The talk which is free and open to the public is entitled, "Family and relationships united in love." He will hold the session at 7 p.m., May 31at the Hilton Garden Inn Conference Center, Levis Common Boulevard in Perrysburg.
Mehlenbacher says his own experience in the family farming business after graduating from Stanford helped him learn the importance of prayer in resolving conflict among ranch personnel, running a business and helping others.
Though on the fast track to success, he decided the ultimate reward life had to offer was more than money in the bank. "Living for a spiritual purpose brings the greatest joy," he claims. Mehlenbacher left the business and went into the full-time ministry of helping others find healing through prayer.
Mehlenbacher, is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.
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