If you're with the Oklahoma media — a blogger, reporter, editor, or producer — and have questions, then you've come to the right place!
I'm here to answer your questions, respond to interview requests, and be a resource to you for information about Christian Science.
— Leroy Gatlin
Here's a two-minute clip from "Chords of Memory," — a documentary by OETA-Oklahoma public television's award-winning series Stateline. It features Kari Mashos talking about Bible-based healing through prayer.
I introduced Kari to OETA for this interview. She's a Christian Science practitioner and national speaker on the topic of spirituality and health.
Looking for a national speaker? Contact me for details.
The University of Oklahoma invited me to be a guest on its cable TV show, "Exploring Religions." This half-hour program highlights various denominations and faith traditions in the Norman area. I was asked to discuss Christian Science and its Founder, Mary Baker Eddy. Really enjoyed meeting the host and media crew, and I'm looking forward to participating in another upcoming show at the University. Thanks OU for doing this series!
Tulsa Community College interviewed local church member Ray Earley for the documentary, "Cathedrals of Downtown Tulsa." This film takes a look at some of the cathedral-style churches in the city, including First Church of Christ, Scientist, Tulsa — located at the corner of E. 10th Street and S. Boulder Avenue. The segment featuring Christian Science begins at 28-minutes.
Q & A VIDEOS:
If you were asked to describe your faith and spirituality in a few words and phrases, what would you say?
People who practice Christian Science speak to their experiences with effective spiritual care.