The Prayer of Safety
November 8, 2012
Hosted by Patti Compton Christopher
November 11th is Veterans Day, a solemn day of remembrance of all Veterans. Join Patti Compton Christopher as she shares The Prayer of Safety as a way to shield our service men and women in combat. Tune in to WALK! on the 7th Wave channel of VoiceAmerica Radio at 11 AM central time on Thursday November 8th to learn how to apply this Prayer of Safety to help remove fear and send a wall of protection around our troops.
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The goal of our show is to awaken thought to the healing Christ as a present help today, and to destroy the myth that Christian Scientists are not Christian, and the myth that Christian Science is a cult. My desire is to share a sense of God’s ever-presence, all-power, and all-wisdom. You will hear actual testimonies of healings achieved through Christian Science treatment which have occurred in this current day, thereby giving you hope of being healed. This show will include my walk with God as well as others’, describing healings received from turning my thought or others’ thoughts toward God. You will learn about making choices that affect your life, and learn Holy Scripture that heals.
Patti Compton Christopher
Patti Compton Christopher is a Journal-listed Christian Science Practitioner, a church soloist, a former opera singer, a retired vocal teacher, the author of Vocal Ease Technique, the originator of the Vocal Ease Complete Vocal Pedagogy Course, a composer of sacred music solos and mom to two adult daughters.
Ms. Christopher has been healed by God of both sin and sickness through Christian Science treatment. She is a devout Christian who was baptized by the Holy Ghost to heal people, which is her daily practice, and is God-directed to preach the Word. Two of her articles were published in the Christian Science Sentinel magazine: Only a Suggestion, in September, 2005 and No Dark Past, Just God’s Now, in March, 2011.
Patti Christopher has a BM in Vocal Performance, was awarded Outstanding Graduate in Voice in 1976, won First Place in the 1977 Mobile District Metropolitan Opera Auditions was a finalist in the 1980 Merola Opera Auditions and was a finalist in the 1980 Loren Zachary auditions. She sang the Countess in Marriage of Figaro for Lafayette Opera Guild, sang Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi for both the Nord Opera Theatre and The MetroPelican Opera Program for Young Audiences, sang both the mother and grandmother in one-act opera Little Red for Young Audiences, sang The Queen of Hearts in the one–act opera Alice for Young Audiences and sang comprimario roles in the New Orleans Opera Association performances of Marriage of Figaro, Turandot, Salome, and Aida.