When I was a teenager in Germany I thought hang-gliding was the most fun I could have. But when I experienced a moment of profound spiritual insight that protected a friend’s life in a dangerous situation up in the air, I got an inkling that there might be something even more thrilling than flying.
For me, that “something” is the joy of seeing how the Christ communicates to each of us what we need to hear. And the result is invariably healing. God’s love is so real, so present with each of us. I began to understand that He has solutions for whatever problems we might face.
After getting my engineering degree I spent three years in research in the waste management field. But when I was offered a job to produce religious broadcasts for the Christian Science Publishing Society, I saw a chance to help clean up the mental environment.
I spent the next years co-moderating radio programs and felt the need to commit myself to the public practice. In January 2000, I became a Journal-advertising practitioner.
From 2005 until 2009 I served on the Board of Lectureship. In 2006 I became a teacher of Christian Science because I felt so deeply impelled to share the joy of how to apply this Science of Christianity – how to become part of the solution to humanity’s salvation.
I divide my time between Boston and Westchester County, New York, where I live with my wife and where I also teach.
Shrub Oak, New York
Usually in August
Tarrytown, New York
First Saturday in May