Spiritual Discovery: How You Can Better The Word lecture set for May 18th


Your purpose in the world is good!  Seeing yourself, and all life, through a new lens as sourced in the nature of an all-good God can very well make a difference in the world. Have you ever wondered just how you can effect positive change for those around you? If so, plan on attending Spiritual Discovery: How You Can Better The Word, a lecture being hosted on Thursday, May 18th at the Seattle Library located at the Seattle Public Library, Downtown Central Library, 1000 4th Ave., Seattle, WA 98104. The lecturer starts at 7 p.m.

Here are just a few of the topics to be discussed:

  • What does it mean to discover new spiritual views?
  • How can someone have confidence that prayer really makes any difference besides just being something that maybe uplifts their own thoughts?
  • How can we deal with the news without being overwhelmed?
  • What is Christian Science, and how does it heal?

After graduating from college, Tom worked in finance, and at the same time, volunteered as a prison Chaplain with Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department in California. As a Chaplain, he worked with inmates in men’s, women’s, and youth correctional facilities. Now, as a Christian Science practitioner, he prays with people from many different walks of life in order to help them find spiritually-based solutions to issues ranging from health problems to financial and relationship difficulties. Tom has spoken throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Africa and Australasia, to audiences in prisons, universities, churches, and governmental organizations, as well as for the general public.

Learn more and sign up today: Seattle Spirituality Series – Public talks on prayer and healing