Aug 13
Guest Speaker: B. Anne Gehman

NDEr, Married to former Jesuit Priest, Certified medium - one of 100 top psychics in the US, Spiritualist Minister, worked with Dr. Gary Schwartz at the U of AZ.

The Rev. B. Anne Gehman began having psychic experiences as a child. Raised in a Mennonite family, she left home at age 14 to finish her schooling. A life-changing near-death experience led Anne to develop her natural gifts, including the ability to predict future events. She became the youngest person to be certified by the National Spiritualist Association of Churches (NSAC).

Rev. Gehman has a NSAC National Spiritualist Teacher (NST) degree and she is a Certified Medium, a Commissioned Healer, and a NSAC appointed Missionary. She has served on the NSAC Board of Trustees, and presently serves on the Board of the Morris Pratt Institute. She was elected to the International Congress of Parapsychologist and Paraphysics in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Her work has taken her throughout South America, India, Bhutan, the U.K., Australia, Canada and the U.S.

The Rev. Gehman has gained international attention for her help in solving crimes, locating oil and missing persons, healing illnesses, and connecting family members with their loved ones in spirit. She has worked with top government agencies and officials, police departments, judges, and corporate CEOs, as well as numerous other individuals from all walks of life.

She has been written about in over 38 books, notably in Jess Stearn’s books, Adventures in the Psychic and Miracle Workers, and Harold Sherman’s You Can Communicate with the Unseen World. She is also listed among the top 100 psychics in the country, and has worked with the University of Arizona on a research study regarding after death communication, which is documented in the book, After Life Experiments by Dr. Gary Schwartz and Linda Russek.

Rev. Gehman was featured in the 2010 HBO movie entitled, No One Dies in Lily Dale. Her life story is told in the recently published biography, The Priest and Medium written by Suzanne Giesemann, as well as the unauthorized biography entitled, There Is a Purpose.

While remarkable for her spiritual gifts and experiences, Anne\'s life is all the more fascinating due to an unusual twist: She is married to Wayne Knoll, Ph.D., a former Jesuit priest. A brilliant student devoted to his faith, Wayne also left home at 14 to join a Roman Catholic seminary. Even while living his life\'s dream as a professor of literature at Georgetown University, Wayne felt an emptiness that only a woman could fill. After more than a decade of religious training, he made the wrenching decision to leave the priesthood not knowing if he would find the love he sought. Her biography, The Priest and the Medium, shares the remarkable story of two soul mates on parallel paths with divergent beliefs, yet united in their love for God and each other.