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Beth Misner


Christian author and speaker Beth Misner is an ordained minister with graduate degree in theology with an emphasis in spiritual formation. She is the founder of the Journey Center—Claremont,CA—a Christ-based center for spirituality, healing and wholeness.

Beth is a Christian meditation and prayer leader as well as a certified sports nutritionist, black belt in karate, and she teaches T'ai Chi and Qi Gong. She is also the author of Jesus and the Secret: Where the Word of God and the Law of Attraction Intersect and The Misner Plan: How We Healed Cancer Naturally With Food, Nutrition and Healthy Living.

Beth and her husband, Ivan, reside in Austin, TX. Her hobbies and interests include gardening, scrapbooking, reading, and travel. Beth is available as an inspirational speaker on a variety of topics.

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Posts by Beth Misner:

  • The Science Of Learning

  • October 25th, 2018
    Learning to drive My daddy taught me how to drive when I was just 12 years old and living in Texas, and he taught me on an automatic transmission, not a stick shift. We always had automatics growing up ─ I never had [...]

  • Wired For Accountability

  • August 25th, 2014
    “I really want to establish a spiritual practice, Beth. And I find myself struggling to be consistent with anything,” my friend, Stephanie confided. “When I find I have the time to spend in my practice, [...]

  • There Is More Than Enough

  • June 10th, 2014
    I have a confession to make. I have been pulled into the diabolical mindset of “there’s not enough” in my life. If you watched my daily activities when I was in my twenties and early thirties, you would see, “there’s [...]

  • Fearless Generosity

  • April 15th, 2014
    My husband has just released his 19th book! He usually writes pretty hard-core business books, so book #19 is a bit of a departure for him. It’s called Who’s in Your Room and will be available for sale shortly. [...]

  • What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

  • January 2nd, 2014
    With the new year upon us now, everybody seems to be posting, blogging, chatting and thinking about New Years Resolutions. Responses are interesting to me, across the board. I see people who resist setting resolutions, [...]

  • Fish For Yourself

  • August 9th, 2013
    I sat comfortably on my deck chair, ready to enter into meditation. The sun shone warmly on my back and shoulders and the sounds of the waves gently rolling onto the rocks below my high perch promised to take me into [...]

  • Beliefs & Separation

  • June 19th, 2013
    Have you ever asked someone to agree to disagree? How difficult is it to actually agree to disagree? I have had such a hard time with this concept in the past. It was maddening not to be able to persuade the other person [...]

  • Always Check Your Assumptions

  • April 2nd, 2013
    Jumping to conclusions. I came upstairs to my hotel room after having lunch with our son, Trey, today and my key did not open my room’s door. My key had apparently become demagnetized while I was at lunch. The housekeeper [...]

  • Overflowing or Fulfilled?

  • February 17th, 2013
    There are times in my life where my days roll on one after another like wonderful, peaceful, and serene gifts. All is well, nothing is urgent─I have plenty of time to accomplish the things I have to do. And then there [...]

  • A New Year, A New You

  • January 14th, 2013
    I am fascinated by a phenomenon which happens every January. The local fitness centers fill up with slightly overweight to very overweight folks who have made recovering their fitness one of their goals for the new year. [...]

  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Retreat

  • November 30th, 2012
    I participated in my very first silent retreat last year right after Thanksgiving. It was scary and I was nervous. Could I, a regular chatterbox, hold silence for an entire week? Well, it was actually five nights, but [...]