Lee "Huff" Huffman, RScP, President, Board of Trustees

Huff has been a CSL Licensed Practitioner since the summer of 2014 and has been associated with Centers for Spiritual Living since 2008. He became a member of our Board of Trustees in 2015 and Vice President in 2016, where he served to 2019. After a break, Huff came back to the Board and became Board President in 2023. Read more …

Huff’s business background includes over 5 decades creating, developing, leading and selling over a dozen successful businesses. The past two decades he has served as a Fractional CEO and Master Leadership Coach to over 250 small and medium sized companies across North America in his own company, Professional Development USA.

His favorite quote from Ernest Holmes is, “All Thought is Creative and How I Choose to Think Creates My Personal Experience.” You can reach Huff via e-mail at [email protected].


Lynne Tompkins Brice, Secretary & Social Media and Membership Development Team, …. My husband Rick, and I came across an article about The Center for Religious Science in a Saturday edition of the AJC in 2004. We’d been alternating between attending Presbyterian services and camping out on the sofa on Sunday mornings for several years. Reverend Paul Gonyea was in his early years at the podium at the services held at Woodruff Arts Center. We have missed very few Sundays since then.

A few years later I sold my specialty food business and found myself with time on my hands and days without purpose. Things that I had learned on Sunday mornings began to make practical sense. I was, indeed, in charge of my days, in fact, my years. So I dusted off my bachelor of fine arts degree and started taking art classes again. And I told myself I could do this. Because all thought is creative, right?

Today I have more knowledge and confidence in the gift I inherited from my Mom and a steady flow of commissions keeps me in art supplies and travel. It’s my new personal experience and thanks to this teaching, I give it to myself every day. CSL Midtown is my spiritual home. I look forward to coming each week to spend time with friends and get a new wrinkle or two in my brain. I’m hoping to be able to be an integral part of building a strong community of members on purpose here.


Vance Blew, Treasurer and Financial Development, was a founding board member of the Center for Spiritual Living Midtown Atlanta and served on the board for three years. He previously served on the Board of Trustees for the Northpoint Church of Religious Science in Alpharetta, GA and on the board of the First Church of Religious Science in San Jose, CA.

Vance is a Sr Loan office with SWBC Mortgage and has been with them since 2010 and started in the Mortgage industry in 2004. Prior to that he spent 20 years working in Information Technology for a few firms in Illinois where he grew up, and then in the Bay Area in California. He moved to GA in 1998, he is married to Rev. Dr. John Karn, lives in Duluth GA, has 4 dogs and 16 birds, and loves to eat great Vegan food and travel.


Chip Henneman: “We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we’re curious… and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” ~Walt Disney

This quote from Walt Disney sums up that way I have lived my life. I have always been curious about the world around me and the world within me. I was raised Catholic but there was always something missing for me. I came across Unity several years ago and while listening to one of the programs on Unity Radio, the guest was Rev. Dr. John Waterhouse (CSL Asheville), and he was being interviewed about his book, “Five Steps to Freedom: An Introduction to Spiritual Mind Treatment”, I immediately got the book and found that missing piece, writings of Dr. Ernest Holmes.

I was born and raised in Utah and still call it home. I love being out in nature, or just watching nature outside my window. I am a World War II historian with an extensive collection of memorabilia and items from that period. In 1989 I started the World War II Era Preservation Society, and do educational displays and talks throughout the community, sharing the stories of veterans and individuals who lived during through that time. The ultimate goal is to build a museum so these items and stories can be preserved for future generations. And when not working, being out in nature, or something with the Preservation Society, I can be found at home reading with a couple of my cats curled up on me or next me.


Mya Fuller, RScP,  has been a licensed practitioner with Centers for Spiritual Living since 2008. An avid traveler, dedicated life-long learner, wife and mother –  Mya mostly lives out of the country (in Kuwait!) with her husband, who works there on the US military base. Though she lives between continents, Mya is available to treat with you via email or phone, only a message away at [email protected].