on Understanding Christian Healing
|An opportunity to see and hear a remarkable
Iranian-born lady speak on universal ideas of spirituality and healing is coming to the
new Youth Club at Holt on Friday 21st May at 7.30pm. My story all started when I was
taken critically ill and rushed into hospital. I was on my fourth blood transfusion when
my children were brought in to visit. I knew then that I would do whatever it took to
recover. I wanted to be the one to look after them, says Marta Greenwood of
||Thus began Martas journey into spirituality and her
search for an alternative method of healing. Eighteen months after major surgery to remove
a life-threatening tumour, she was not yet fully recovered, her husband was unemployed and
one of the children suffered acutely from asthma.
|During her search for spiritual solutions,
someone she met at a dinner party suggested she have a go at reading Mary Baker
Eddys best selling book on universal prayer, spirituality and healing Science
and Health with key to the Scriptures. She found in this book that spirituality could be
practical. It could heal. She discovered the impact of thought on life experiences.
Shortly she was fully recovered; her husband found new employment and her daughters
asthma was healed. This was a huge shift in thinking from her training and career in
midwifery at Guys hospital in London. Until now, I was not aware that there
was any way people could be healed other than using a medical system. Marta says.
Today Marta is an accredited full-time practitioner of prayer-based healing in London, and
a writer and touring speaker on spirituality and healing.
|Thank you to all who came in with the names
of the people in this photograph (issue 34). The occasion was the presentation of the 20
year Long Service Medals for the Lifboatmen in the photo, held we believe at The Two
|Back Row left to right: Jack West, Arnold
Culley, Eddie Hedges (d), Donnie Little, Chris Ayres, Roy Little, Billy Thurtle, Ray Hill,
Front Row left to right: Eric Wink (d), Brian Pegg, Henry 'Joyful' West, Arthur Scotter
(d), Bobby Wink, Bennett Middleton
Those of you who contacted us t the office asking for copies of the photograph, Mrs
Scotter has kindly given us permission, so just pop in and we will print one off for you.
|BEACHCOMBERS SOCIAL DINING CLUB
|Currently open to a number of new members.
Beachcombers is a social dining club based in North Norfolk, open to members of the
Conservative Party. We meet at the Feathers Hotel, Holt on the First Monday of each month.
Come and meet socially with like minded people (singles as well as couples) and enjoy a
non-political evening with a three course meal and an appropriate speaker. For further
details please contact Vivienne Bolton 01263 837701.