Join us for a talk entitled:
“The Law of Harmony and Christian Science Healing”
When: Sunday November 5 at 3:30pm
Where: Whole Life Expo at the Metro Convention Centre
North Building, 255 Front Street Toronto
Stage One, Exhibit Hall
Harmony and Healing
Experience them in your life
“How am I going to make it through this?” That’s what international speaker and Christian Science practitioner Josh Niles asked himself after the first several days of intensive training in Army Ranger School. It’s not an uncommon question, when dealing with an imposing goal or overcoming severe adversity.
What did Niles do in this situation? He prayed. And in that prayer of opening his heart to God, he began to understand God as love itself. Niles felt a quiet, calm reassurance that the love of God, was present right there and then, supporting him and all of the students. That realization gave him the strength to continue and successfully complete the course.
In the years since, Niles’ experiences have convinced him that God’s love is real, reliable, and brings harmony. “What I felt in Ranger School wasn’t something special just for me, but something I’ve come to see as a divine law that governs all of us. It was God’s law of harmony in action,” says Niles. “This law is always in effect, as I’ve found over and over in my practice of Christian Science healing. When understood, it brings human consciousness in line with the divine reality of God’s ever-present love. This spiritual shift in consciousness adjusts for the better.”
Niles will present a talk, “The law of harmony and Christian Science healing,” 3:30pm, Sunday November 5 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building 255 Front St. Toronto. His ideas come from the Bible, especially Christ Jesus’ teachings and examples about the love of God. He’ll also introduce concepts from a book that explains the practicality of God’s love to today’s pressing issues: Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science.
Josh Niles loves to serve others. This has led to activities like tutoring, coaching, teaching, as well as serving in the Army. Each of these, but specifically the Military service, significantly shaped his view of God as all love and of God’s unbreakable divine laws. It was there that he began to understand that the prayer-based system of healing called Christian Science can make a significant difference in the world. Since 2008, Niles has dedicated his full time to the healing practice of Christian Science. He is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship, traveling from his home in Boise, Idaho.