Our Writers

 

Join The Team!

Contemplative Light is actively seeking writers and teachers interested in sharing new content for our courses and online magazine.

Clint Sabom

Award-Winning Writer and Gilman Scholar who enjoys hosting podcasts.

Marc Thomas Shaw

Contemplative Instructor and Author of Dante’s Road: The Journey Home for the Modern Soul.

Kimberly Holman

Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher with an M.A. in Religious Studies from Naropa University.

Rich Lewis

Daily practitioner of Centering Prayer since June 1, 2014. Enjoys writing short quotes and small articles.

Tim Moon

Life long learner, educator and lover of mystery. Enjoys exploring and writing about topics related to mystical spiritual awakening.

Roger Butts

Ordained Unitarian Universalist minister serving as a Staff Chaplain at Penrose St. Francis Health Services in Colorado Springs.

Keith Kristich

Keith helps people slow down and reconnect with their deep self through contemplative prayer, meditation and the Enneagram.

Kelly Boyer Stagart

Professional writer, editor and coach. Author of Everything to God in Prayer: A Writer’s Weekly Devotional.

Justin Coutts

Contemplative teacher living on the beautiful and mysterious Manitoulin Island. Author of In Search of a New Eden.

David Cole

International Spiritual Teacher and Retreat Leader. Award winning author; ‘Explorer Guide’ for The Community of Aidan and Hilda.

Featured Author

Tim Moon

Tim is a life long learner, educator and lover of mystery. As a result of a recent spiritually transformative experience (STE), he enjoys exploring and writing about topics related to mystical spiritual awakening.

Staff Pick

The Essential Benefits of Christian Non-Duality

Non-dual Christianity unlocks significant benefits for spiritual awakening. It promotes a deep spiritual connection to all reality, resulting in transcendent inner peace. It also brightens, completes and brings clarity to existing spiritual knowledge. Finally, it provides essential reconciliation between the Eastern and Western worlds, which the formal church has unfortunately forgotten.