9am Sunday Service - Guest Speaker Reverend Chris Chenoweth

The Reverend Christopher Ian Chenoweth served for eleven years as the Senior Minister of World Headquarters of Unity School of Christianity at the Unity Village Chapel.

His ministry included four weekly services, a major unity radio broadcast on CBS Radio, Kansas City, a worldwide netcast, Unity short-wave programs to Europe, a nationwide audio and video tape ministry as well as a written transcript service that provided lessons and meditations to one half of the Unity Churches across America.

Additionally, Reverend Chenoweth served as the elected Mayor of Unity Village from 1993 to 1998.

He also provided instruction on prayer to Unity Ministerial Students as well as Silent Unity Workers.

He has authored numerous articles that have appeared in a variety of Unity publications. He has been a frequent contributor to the Daily Word and Unity Magazine as well as other national publications.

Reverend Chenoweth graduated from Unity's ministerial training program and received ordination in 1983. He was first year class president from 1981 to 1982 and president of the student body of Unity Ministerial School from 1982 to 1983.

Before accepting his position at World Headquarters, Reverend Chenoweth was the Senior Minister of Christ Church Unity in Rockford, Illinois, and in 1984, founder of "Positive Christianity", a non-profit, non-denominational ministry and publisher of "The Good Life" newspaper (circulation by 1987 - 105,000).

In 1999, after his service at Unity Village, he resurrected Positive Christianity on the Internet. He presently resides in Conroe, Texas and has two grown children, and one grandchild. He spends his leisure time traveling. He also enjoys motorcycling and exploring the history, natural beauty and local character of his travel destinations.

His "Positive Daily Inspiration" is presently e-mailed to over one million original sends. His weekly "Written Sermons" serve over 2000 ministers. Positive Christianity receives over 1500 new prayer requests per day.