Enrique Smeke, CSB

A member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship

English Spanish

 
Newburyport, Massachusetts, and Miami, Florida USA — Enrique was raised in Argentina and for a short period of time lived in Chile.  His studies in Argentina include telecommunications, electrical engineering and journalism.  In the United States he graduated from Principia College with a degree in Business Administration. Upon graduation, Enrique moved to Boston to work for The First Church of Christ, Scientist.  He worked from 1983 first in the office of the Treasurer and then for the Journal, Sentinel, and Herald Department.  In 2007 Enrique entered the full-time healing practice of Christian Science, and in 2012 he became a Christian Science teacher.  From 1989 through 2012 he produced and hosted the Spanish Radio Edition of The Herald of Christian Science, and in 1995 he became the managing editor of the Spanish printed edition of The Herald of Christian Science.  His articles are published in The Christian Science Journal, the Christian Science Sentinel, and The Herald of Christian Science. He currently resides in Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA.

Enrique is available to lecture in English and Spanish.


Lecture Titles

Are you ready to take the first step?

What is this lecture about?
What is that first step that will lead us to decide between two choices? How can we take that first step towards a more harmonious relationship with friends or relatives? And, what is that connection with God the Bible tells us we have, that enables us to enjoy a better, more stable health? It seems difficult to break through self-doubts and fears. Sometimes we can’t see how to advance forward; we may feel stuck in the problem.
The purpose of this lecture is to show that there is great value in taking a first step towards a solution. When we find ourselves in difficult situations, God is there to support and guide us. And as we look to Him for support we witness how God unfolds the path to the awaited solution.
 
Some points this lecture brings out:
- God keeps an open channel of communication with each of us that we all can access to find inspiration, healing, and progress in our lives.
- Prayer is reasoning with the heart and letting God have the last word.
- Each one of us has been graced with a unique path in life which God unfolds as we advance forward.

Contact information

Enrique Smeke, CSB
Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA, North America
phone: 978-270-6637