Religion Briefs, Jan. 26, 2013
‘The Moses Code’ at Two Rivers Center
Two Rivers Center for Spiritual Living will host two free screenings of “The Moses Code,” by James Tyman, Peace Troubadour, at 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. today, at Goodwill Industries, 630 24 1/2 Road.
The film features Debbie Ford, Gregg Braden, Michael Beckwith, Neale Donald Walsh and others.
According to a news release, “Thirty-five hundred years ago, God gave Moses a gift that changed the future of humanity. Some of the most incredible miracles in history came from applying a simple code, activating the power of the creative force of God in the world.”
‘“The Moses Code” shows how to use the Law of Attraction to give from the soul, automatically attracting spiritual blessings,” the release said.
A brief discussion will following the 90-minute movie.
Finding practical ways to resolve conflict
Life Support Lunch & Learn Series, conflict resolution classes that provide practical ways to resolve conflict, will be Feb. 7 at the Mesa County United Way office, 422 White Ave., Suite 337, in the US Bank building.
Hosted by Christian Peacemaking Resource, the topic is “Men & Women: Rules for Fighting Fair,” presented by Jeanne Berryman. A brown bag lunch is at 11:45 a.m. The class is from 12:05–12:50 p.m.
Classes are free, however, donations are appreciated.
For information on upcoming speakers and classes visit cprpeace.com or call 210-2339.