Spiritual seekers…Burning Man and beyond
Monday, November 19th, 2012, 9:00pm EST
Tom McElroy, Michael Morgan, and Nate Frederick were part of a team that went to the Burning Man Festival this past August. What started off as a mission to share Christian Science with a community of open thinkers surpassed expectation. They found close community with fellow seekers for Truth and holy moments of spiritual discovery. Throughout the experience they dug deep on the sharing concept. Spend an hour with them to hear their stories and what they felt God was teaching them in the desert. They’ve all had opportunities for sharing spiritual ideas in some pretty unexpected ways and places, even beyond Burning Man. Join us to hear about their experiences — and share your own!
Julian Schwartz, who is originally from Germany, is currently working in the States as a visiting scientist. Aside from doing research, he enjoys pioneering new ways of sharing Divine Science. While working with a small team, Julian wrote the opensource App that became GoVerse. He also helped plan the first Christian Science lecture at Burning Man from its inception over a year ago all the way to its completion in August.
Michael Morgan is a Christian Science practitioner with a practice that keeps him out in the community. Michael’s warmth and obvious love for everybody leads to talks about God wherever he finds himself. Watch out, music is a part of his very fabric so you may hear a song or two. Here’s an article in the Christian Science Sentinel about Michael’s experience at the Burning Man Festival.
Nate Frederick currently works at The Mother Church. You might know him as the host of Your Daily Lift podcast. He came up with the concept of Time4Thinkers.com’s The Weekly Musician podcast series and he’s still at the helm as producer. He naturally shares the healing power of Love with everyone he comes into contact with, so you may get to know him on the street, in a cafe, or anywhere else.
Tom McElroy is a lecturer for the Christian Science Board of Lectureship and a Christian Science practitioner. Tom’s public talks on Christian Science are filled with fresh ideas and lots of humor; he’s a born storyteller. If you have the opportunity to hear him speak, don’t miss it! Click here to read Tom’s full bio from the Christian Science Board of Lectureship