A licensed Religious Science Practitioner has been trained in spiritual counseling to help people use the art and skill of affirmative prayer (spiritual mind treatments) to solve problems and correct conditions. A Practitioner practices, demonstrates and lives spiritual truth, and has the training to assist clients in coping with any challenges they may be facing.
The role of Licensed Practitioner is to assist individuals in making changes in their lives by making changes in their consciousness. The fundamental tool of the Professional Practitioner is Spiritual Mind Treatment, Affirmative Prayer. Religious Science Practitioners are specifically trained to shift consciousness on behalf of and for the individual through the use of this tool.
The effectiveness of Spiritual Mind Treatment is based on the fundamental law of the Universe that all true and lasting changes take place as a result of a change in consciousness. A practitioner does this by assisting the individual in adopting new beliefs, perspectives and attitudes. As the beliefs, perspectives and attitudes change, this changes the vibratory point of attraction of the individual and new conditions and situations are attracted into the life of the individual. In addition, they assist the individual in making ongoing changes in their consciousness and aligning their thoughts, feeling and actions with the new beliefs.
Practitioners are available in multiple ways to support you:
Meet with them on Sundays after services for a One Minute Miracle!
- Confidential Prayer Requests: Fill out a prayer request card located at the Prayer Request table in the lobby, and our Practitioners will put your request into prayer.
- You may also submit an online prayer request.
- Inspiration Line: Call for an uplifting message left by a Practitioner, 24 hours a day at: 505-883-2920.
- Spiritual Counseling: One-on-one fee-based spiritual prayer treatment with a licensed Practitioner is available. If an individual session is desired, contact practitioners directly. See the list below.
Rev. Rebecca Allen
Michele T. Morton