The National Press Club invited Neal Donald Walsch and Dr. Robert Fuller, the best-selling author for Conversations With God and other notable books on spirituality, to a seminar for journalists at Washington, D.C., on July 20. The seminar is titled "Reporting on Spirituality in America," conducted by the Foundation for American Communications (FACS) in association with the Religion Newswriters Foundation.
During the seminar, Walsch will discuss his latest book, Tomorrow’s God, in which Walsch outlines man’s changing understanding of God and how it will impact the shape of religion and spirituality in the future.
Walsch’s previous work attracted many readers in the ‘new age’ who are interested in enlightening themselves with philosophical questions of the Bible. Walsch is also the founder of the Conversations With God Foundation, a group dedicated in funding for the spiritual growth of individuals.
Dr. Robert C. Fuller, a professor of religious studies at Bradley University, will lecture in a session with material related to his work, "Spiritual but Not Religious: Understanding Un-churched America," discussing the differences between religion and spirituality movements and the growth of spirituality in America.
The event is open to all public interests in the future of Christian journalism and literature. The retail seminar will accept many press releases, new products and retail beneficial to promoting the future growth of Christian literature and journalism.