Rev. Dr. Johnnie Coleman
The Rev. Dr. Johnnie Coleman is known as the First Lady of New Thought. An ordained Unity minister, she founded a number of large New Thought organizations including Christ Universal Temple in Chicago, the Universal Foundation for Better Living (UFBL), and the Johnnie Coleman Theological Seminary.
Learn more about this New Thought Pioneer
Spiritual Activist Johnnie Coleman's Legacy Thrives By Renee Foose
It Works If You Work It by Rev. Charline Manuel
Dr. Johnnie Coleman's Biography from the History Makers
Podcast Discussing the Book "It Works If You Work It" with Rev. Gaylon McDowell
Rev. Bishop Barbara Lewis King
The Rev. Bishop Barbara Lewis King is the founder of the Hillside Chapel International Truth Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Barbara King School of Ministry. A global spiritual leader, "Dr. Barbara" has been the host of her own television show, served as Dean of Students at Spelman College and Director of the Emory Mental Health Center (both in Atlanta) and authored the widely acclaimed book Transform Your Life. The Interfaith Chapel at the Atlanta airport is named in her honor, and she has received three of New Thought's highest awards: The INTA Life Achievement Award, the Ernest Holmes Religious Science Award, and Unity’s The Light of God Expressing Award.
Explore the legacy of the world's first New Thought Bishop
Dr. Barbara's Legacy Page at Hillside Chapel
Bishop King's Biography from the History Makers
Barbara Lewis King Obituary from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution