Barry Dennis

Barry Dennis has worked with many of the most well-known spiritual leaders on the planet today, including Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Alan Cohen, Dr. Harold Bloomfield, Dr. John Gray, Deepak Chopra, Gary Zukav, Rev. Michael Beckwith, Joan Borysenko, Kenny Loggins, Jean Houston, Dr. Joe Dispenza, and Dr. Amit Goswami.

Barry knew early on that he was destined for a life of writing and public speaking, as he won best teenage speaker in a state-wide competition for his original presentation, “Teens, We get No Respect.” To help support himself through college as a communications major, he did standup comedy and performed with his band, Secret Agent, all around the region. After graduating with honors, he created Chase Tele-production, a music and video production company.

In ’89, Barry performed in Gorky Park in Russia at an international Peace Conference for over 500 ambassadors of peace representing 15 different countries around the world. That week the Berlin Wall came down.

From 1993-2002, he was the Music Director and a creative consultant at one of the largest New Thought churches in America. From 1993-2004, he also traveled the country delivering his program “Say Yes to Life” for schools and youth groups teaching the value of making positive choices.

In 2005, Barry founded Celebration Church, an independent New Thought church in Portland, Oregon. Within three years he grew the church to be one of the largest New Thought churches in the North West with a congregation of several hundred people each Sunday.

In 2010 he founded a whole new movement called “Coexist Celebration.” Coexist meets several times a year in a variety of locations, celebrating all faiths as unique expressions of the one truth — LOVE. Priests, Rabbis, Monks, Ministers and teachers of all faiths join together in the common goal of peace, peace of mind, and “peace of planet.” His first book, The Chotchky Challenge, published by Hay House, is both humorous and touching as it truly does challenge us to live from our Soul. With all of this going on, his most rewarding and fulfilling role in life has been and remains that of Father and Husband.

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