Rev. Dr. Arthur W. Chang has been the senior minister of Founder’s CRS
in Los Angeles for the past 18
years, succeeding Dr. William D. Hornaday.
Dr. Arthur and his wife, Cecile, migrated from Jamaica over 40 years ago
and are citizens of the USA. He left a career as a licensed architect for the
- Restored the Ernest
Holmes School of Ministry at Founder’s and served on Holmes
- Continued the daily
radio broadcasts of This Thing Called Life, started by Dr. Ernest Holmes and
continued by Dr. Hornaday.
- Changed the name of
the program to The Enlightened Life in 1996. This is the longest continuous
running radio program teaching the Science of Mind in the world.
- Is considered one
of the leading thinkers in New Thought. He was the first to introduce the
notion of Process SOM.
- Has been a keynote
speaker for many conferences throughout the US
including Asilomar, and the International New Thought Alliance (INTA).
- Served on the INTA
Board for several years.
- Has published in
Science of Mind Magazine.
- Published his book,
“The New Positive Spirituality—Finding Purpose and Happiness in Everyday Life,”
- Is heard twice
daily at 6:15 AM and at 6:30 PM on station KTYM, 1460, and on the
Internet at KTYM.com.
- Has a variety of
interests, which include world religions, literature, music, art, drama,
philosophy, psychology, and health.
- Has an eclectic vision, bringing together at
Founder’s people of varied ethnicities, ages, and cultures in an atmosphere of
learning, caring, thriving and flourishing by using the SOM.
VISION: To consolidate the
harmonious and creative union of our two organizations for the purpose of
launching a stronger impact of the Science of Mind in the world for the good of
all. To foster a Science of Mind renaissance through Love and Law for a
thriving and flourishing world.