October 16, 2022
You are warmly invited to an online lecture on Christian Science entitled, “Love without limit, Life without fear”, at 4 pm Sunday, October 16. Fujiko Takai Signs, CSB, will be speaking from Japan. The online link for the talk is www.fccsmi.com/lecture
LOVE WITHOUT LIMIT, LIFE WITHOUT FEAR
Fujiko Takai Signs, Speaker
At heart, we’re children who can sense a God that is unconditional Love and eternal Life. This revelation adjusts our lives to health and harmony.
To call into the lecture:
Telephone Number: 669-900-6833
Meeting ID: 849 3389 2589#
WHAT IS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE? An approach to Christianity based on the idea that the divine truth and love which shone through Jesus’ life and works is timeless, universal, and understandable, and so can be experienced through healing in our lives today.
FUJIKO TAKAI SIGNS is a student, practitioner, and teacher of Christian Science. She studies the relationship between prayer and healing, consciousness and reality, spirituality and well-being. Her job is to find out how we can free ourselves from various limitations.
In her mid-thirties, Fujiko fell ill and sought healing through different treatments, but none of them gave her a lasting cure. One day, to her surprise, she found that the healing of Christ Jesus was possible now and learnable. As soon as she started reading about this system of healing in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, a respected American healer and religious leader, she was relieved from various symptoms that had limited her before. As she studied and learned more about Christian Science, she witnessed many healings within her family and circle of friends and eventually received requests to assist others with prayer.
After becoming a Christian Science practitioner, she was asked to talk with doctors and nurses about patients with a desire to practice non-traditional medicine, including prayer and meditation. She also volunteered in a community coalition in hopes of encouraging and enhancing communication between different faith groups that sought well-being in the community.