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Upcoming prayer, discussion on “Healing the Earth”

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Upcoming prayer, discussion on “Healing the Earth”

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Coffee and Contemplation, a spiritual discussion and prayer event for people of all denominations will continue April 15 at Immaculate Heart Retreat Center with John L. Sandford of Elijah House.

The Topic will be Healing the Earth. Sandford will introduce ancient biblical perspectives to properly relate to animals, plants and the earth itself, according to a press release.

“Corporate mental strongholds must be corrected in repentance in order to heal the land from mankind’s sin,” the release reads.

The program runs from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. and includes warm beverages and rolls. Cost is $10. Advance reservations are requested.  For more information or to register contact Immaculate Heart at 509-448-1224 or online at www.ihrc.net.

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