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Our Mission

 To help bring more people into a deep spiritual connection with God, regardless of the faith.

To help bring some understanding and harmony to a world fractured by religious and cultural differences – especially between Christian and Muslim countries.




Dr. Brad Tyndall

Brad Tyndall has been a God seeker most of his life. He served as an acolyte growing up Episcopalian and became charismatic for a year or two at the end of high school. After some minor explorations beyond Christianity, and six years with Muslims, Christians, and Hindus in Europe, the Middle East,, and East Africa, he returned to the United States and attended Unity and Methodist churches, and became an elder in the First Christian Church in Neosho, Missouri. He has recently embraced Catholicism and revels in its wealth of mystical practices, and he occasionally attends mass at St. Benedict’s Monastery in Snowmass, Colorado. Brad teaches sustainable economics at Colorado Mountain College, where he is also the vice president of academic affairs. He has a PhD in environmental economics and international trade and a master’s degree in agricultural and natural resource economics. He has studied Arabic and French at the Université de Strasbourg, France, and learned Arabic and much about Islam as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Sudan and as an economist in Yemen. He was a Fulbright Fellow in Kenya. Brad has presented on the “Loving Side of Islam” since the tragedy of September 11, 2001. He lives with his family in the mountains of Colorado. 
Mysticismis the belief and spiritual discipline aiming at the union with God, the Divine through deep contemplative or meditative practices. 

Just  as  the  definition  of  mysticism  is  the  union  with  God,  it  then  too  is  indirectly  defined  as  union  with  one  another  in  this  selfsame  Love

We are  called  to  unity,  not  division.


Sometimes  people  think  that  connecting  to  God  is  a  single  narrow  path,  a  razor’s  edge,  involving  solely  the  clearing  of  one’s  mind.  Blessedlythe  avenues  to  the  mystical  union  with  God  are  many.  In  exploring  the  hearts  Christianity,  Islam,  and  Judaism  we  can  find  manyways  to  open  our  hearts  and  minds  to  Joy,  Love,  Comfort  and  Understanding.