Mark Unger, C.S. is easy to talk to and enjoys working with people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. Mark says, “I love to help people find their own potential and true worth. It’s most important for each one of us to see ourselves the way God sees us, as good, whole, beautiful and complete.”
Mark has been a professional practitioner of spiritual healing for over 30 years and has helped people find physical cure, emotional healing and financial independence.
As a public speaker in 2004 and 2005 he traveled the US as a member of an international speakers bureau, The Christian Science Board of Lectureship of The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston, MA, speaking to various audiences about spiritual healing – about how to find freedom from the many challenges in life.
You can get to know something about Mark through some of his radio interviews, articles, and blog posts on this site. He covers topics such as effective prayer, relationships, employment, supply and spiritual healing.
Mark grew up in Spokane, Washington with two older brothers. Feeling God’s leading, he used his savings from paper routes and small jobs to invest in his first rental house at age sixteen. By the time he was eighteen, he purchased an additional four unit apartment building and a small house which he moved into.
At age 19, again feeling God’s leading he decided to leave it all behind, including his friends and family and take a one year trip around the US on his Harley.
Taking only enough money for a few weeks he wanted to completely depend on the God he was learning about through his study and practice of Christian Science.
He wanted to learn more about how to lean completely on this unseen presence to meet every need. Feeling God impelled to make the investments and choices he had already made, he wanted to learn more about this God.
Mark now devotes himself entirely to spiritual healing as a public practitioner of Christian Science healing and has an official listing in the The Christian Science Journal.
He has his home and office in Ashland, Massachusetts.
He lives with his wife Valerie, and their cat, Benny.