UPCOMING LECTURES VIA WEB & PHONE
Don’t miss this healing online talk by Mark McCurties, CS
Saturday, January 16 at 11 am
Making meaningful change:
How God’s love can change
your life and the world.
The power of God’s love is the greatest agent for bringing needed change and healing of ourselves and the world.
Join by computer: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89499824789
Or call: (312) 626-6799 or (929) 205-6099; followed by the Webinar ID: 894 9982 4789
Mark McCurties, CS and a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship
Ever since Mark McCurties was a little boy, he had a deep love for the Bible. When he read about men and women in the Bible overcoming hatred, famine, war, physical disease, and other hardships, their triumphs inspired him. It didn’t matter what the odds were, or what the conditions they faced, individuals in the Bible seemed to flourish in adversity based on one common theme: their deep love for God.
Growing up in a Christian Science household, there was another book he loved to read daily: Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures written by Mary Baker Eddy. The very purpose of her book is to help unlock and reveal the deeper divine meaning and inspiration of the Bible. Together these two books point to the practical healing and saving power of God and its present availability to all mankind. He knew that someday he wanted to share that healing message with the world.
As Mark grew into adulthood, experiences in the field of education as a summer camp director, outdoor educator, athletics coach, and resident counselor, all helped to develop his understanding and practice of Christian Science. While working with young people, he had multiple opportunities to witness God’s healing power. These examples proved to him that the healing power of the Christ is just as alive and relevant today as for the men and women of the Bible. In 2010, with a desire to focus on healing through prayer, he went into the full-time public practice of Christian Science, and now shares his experiences to help people all over the world as a lecturer.