Abiding in the Presence of God Webinar with Phil McLemore

Nov 20
Abiding in the presence of God Phil McLemore

LDS Church President, David O. McKay, stated that, “Meditation is one of the most secret, most sacred doors through which we pass into the presence of the Lord.”  In our upcoming webinar with Phil McLemore, you will learn why meditation, as spiritual practice, is the deepest form of prayer and the key to the spiritual rebirth and oneness with, and In God that Jesus taught and mediated.

I know some of you readers requested that you get some help with meditation. If you didn’t specifically state it, let me suggest that you should learn about it and begin a practice. As novice as I am with it, I have noticed a positive difference in my day when I do it. It is a form of communion different than “saying” prayers.

Several years ago I went through a course on meditation that Phil McLemore had prepared online. I’ve read papers he’s written and he is an expert.

This will be a special webinar that lasts 2 hours. The first hour will be instruction on the philosophy and doctrinal foundation and a Q&A on that segment, and then the second hour will be instruction on how to get started and a Q&A on that segment.

It will be recorded and posted online, but you don’t want one hour without the other. This is your primer into the topic.

Please sign up for the webinar on the form below.

Bio: Philip McLemore was the LDS Institute of Religion Director at Auburn University and the University of Georgia from 1977-1984.  He then served as an active-duty US Air Force Chaplain until retirement in 2005.  Philip worked as a Hospice Chaplain from 2005-2012.  He currently lives in Eagle Mountain, UT, with his wife Kim.  They have 4 children, 14 grandchildren, and a large family of dogs, cat, chickens, rabbits, and goats.

After a serious injury, Philip began a meditation practice in 1999, for chronic pain and stress management.  He soon discovered that meditation was originally developed as a practice for spiritual awakening and embarked on an in-depth study and practice with world-renowned meditation masters.  Philip is an expert in ancient and modern forms of meditation and contemplative prayer.  He is the author of numerous magazine and journal articles on inner awakening and spiritual growth.  He has been teaching meditation as spiritual practice throughout the Western and Southern States since 2005.

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