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Russ Gerber
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Practitioner and teacher of Christian Science
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I'm a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science and manage media and government relations for the Christian Science Church headquartered in Boston.

I enjoy opportunities to talk with journalists, editors, legislators, writers, producers and the public at large about the age-old capacity of spirituality to improve and restore health, explaining why and how that is happening today.

My media experience began with and grew out of a 30-year career in radio, ranging from on-air work, to market research, to programming, to managing and consulting.

When The Christian Science Monitor expanded into radio news programming, I was retained as a consultant by the Church then later hired full-time to help them adapt their print content to the broadcast medium. I eventually wrote for and edited the Church's weekly religious magazine, the Christian Science Sentinel, and launched a weekly radio program for the publication, heard on over 200 radios stations worldwide and on the web.

Today my wife and I call Boston our home, while enjoying any opportunities we have to travel throughout the world.
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The gospel of positivity grew out of mystical and occult subcultures in America starting in the mid-19th century and went on to become closest thing America has to a national creed.
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Art Buchwald said: "The best things in life aren't things."  Perspective matters. 
Local is crucial. Families, homes, and communities need our attention and care. But without a global perspective -- without making the effort to learn how other cultures are tackling problems ranging from education to health care, fighting terrorism to fostering innovation -- we miss valuable lessons developed in the laboratories of other nations. 
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