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CHARLESTON -- A desire for harmony, freedom and more love is natural to all of us. Practitioner of Christian Science healing, Josh Niles, says, "Everyone has the right to feel God's healing power and to be free from any limitations on health, happiness and well-being."

Niles will present a talk titled "The Law of Harmony and Christian Science Healing" at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 11 at Charleston Carnegie Public Library, 712 Sixth St.

He will reference the original source book on Christian healing, the Bible, along with "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, a book of universally applicable ideas on practical spirituality. He will share examples of healing through Christian Science from his own life to help illustrate that everyone can experience the kind of harmony and healing that Jesus pointed to in his ministry.

Niles has long had the desire to serve others. This desire led to activities like tutoring, coaching and teaching Sunday School, as well as serving in Army. Each of these activities but specifically the military service significantly shaped his understanding of God's unbreakable divine laws. It was there that he began to understand that this prayer-based system of healing that Mary Baker Eddy discovered and named Christian Science is the most significant thing in the world for all mankind, he said.

Since 2008 he has dedicated his full time and attention to the healing practice of Christian Science and is now teaching students how to effectively pray for themselves and others. He is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship and speaks internationally, traveling from his home in Boise, Idaho.

For more information, contact Niles at 208-908-1525 or at


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