REVEREND MARY LOUISE RUFFNER, lecturer, teacher, spiritual counselor, and workshop & retreat facilitator
Rev. Mary is an Ordained Minister and the Co-Founder/Director of the StillPoint Spiritual Center, a Georgia based Teaching Chapter affiliated with the international organization, Centers for Spiritual Living. Through this ministry she teaches the life-enhancing principles of the Science of Mind. A native of Cleveland, Ohio , Rev. Ruffner spent 21 years in California where her spiritual career included serving as senior minister of two congregations: Santa Cruz, CA and Riverside, CA; faculty member of The Holmes Institute: Los Angeles and Huntington Beach campuses; Asst. Director of The World Ministry of Prayer; and Coordinator for the UCRS Home Study Course. She retired from full-time ministry in 2005 and moved to the Atlanta, GA area. Here, she has served as the UCSL Ecclesiastical Representative of the southeastern region and as a faculty member of the Barbara King School of Ministry. A graduate of the Ernest Holmes College, Rev. Mary describes herself as a student and teacher of New Thought and Ancient Wisdom .
ROBBIN G. RUFFNER, PRACTITIONER EMERITUS,
Professional Practitioner, speaker, teacher and workshop & retreat facilitator
Robbin is the Co-Founder of the StillPoint Spiritual Center. In 2010 the United Centers for Spiritual Living awarded Robbin the recognition of Practitioner Emeritus in acknowledgement of 20 years of meritorious service as a Religious Science Practitioner. In addition to her Spiritual Counseling Practice, Robbin is a Visioning Facilitator; a Meditation Workshop Leader; and a Teacher of certificated classes in Science of Mind. She has written for the Inner Visions Magazine, a publication of The Agape International Truth Center as well as the Science of Mind Magazine, a publication of The United Centers for Spiritual Living. She has served spiritual communities in California, Ohio and Georgia as pulpit assistant, teacher, visioning facilitator and guest speaker. Her personal vision includes being a ‘transformative factor’ in the lives of those she encounters.