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Sep
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SPIRITUAL CHRISTIANITY THAT RESTORES HEALTH @ MIdland Center for the Arts
Sep 30 @ 3:30 pm

Kari Mashos

Kari Mashos, CSB

— In this lecture, Kari Mashos of Cape Neddick, Maine, and Athens, Greece, will share healings from her own life that shed  light on a spiritual approach to restoration, and on the system of healing that allows each of us to feel more of the regenerating power of God in our lives: Christian Science.

“I love seeing the Acropolis every time I go home to Athens, but what’s really captured my attention is the careful restoration of its monuments.

“Restoration is a theme that most of us can relate to. Whether it’s the restoration of a relationship, financial restoration after a hardship, or a restoration of our bodies, the desire to bring some aspect of our lives back to wholeness is a fairly universal one. But is restoration always possible? And if so, how?

“Through my study of the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy—the textbook of Christian Science, which has helped me understand the practicality and spiritual significance of the Bible—I’ve learned that the restoration of our bodies and lives is actually completely natural. Yet unlike the restoration of the Acropolis, this spiritual restoration—the regeneration of our lives through the power of God—is not the effort to bring back an object to a close version of its original. Instead, the divine healing method that restores lives is a spiritual awakening. This holy inspiration does not restore us from a lost state; instead, it is the revelation that we can never lose what our divine, loving Father gives us: health, wholeness, peace.”