This February 17 at 11:00 am PT, Broadview is excited to announce the second in our quarterly series! Please join us for an hour-long talk on “Loss is Gain?!?!”, a quote from a poem by our Leader Mary Baker Eddy, as well as a familiar hymn that celebrates the spiritual growth that can accompany painful circumstances.* We all understand the concept. But when we’re freshly grieving a departed loved one, a lost job, a pet, or whatever, we may not respond positively when friends insist, “Really, this is a win!”
Our guests for this conversation will be Annette Kreutziger-Herr, a Journal-listed Christian Science practitioner, and her daughter, Anna-Zoë Herr. Anna-Zoë, a specialist in public engagement for a European natural history museum, recently wrote this Sentinel article about loss and grief. Both will be joining us from Berlin, Germany.
Please register below and save the date. We can’t wait to see you on Zoom and hear you share your experiences, comments and questions!
*1. Hymn 207, Christian Science Hymnal (O make me glad for every scalding tear, / For hope deferred, ingratitude, disdain! / Wait, and love more for every hate, and fear / No ill,—since God is good, and loss is gain.”)