Peace Through Music with James Twyman
James Twyman has been called "The Peace Troubadour" and has performed his peace concert in countries like Iraq, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Bosnia and Serbia, drawing millions of people together in prayer to influence events of world crisis. James will share what inspired him to become a messenger of peace and what he has learned about the universal power of music to open hearts and create conditions for peace.
James Twyman is the New York Times bestselling author of 16 books, including The Moses Code and Emissary of Light. He's known around the world as the Peace Troubadour, having traveled to many countries at war to share prayers of peace from the world’s 12 major religions, which he put to music in 1994.
He has been invited by peace organizations and even the leaders of countries to Bosnia, Iraq, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Syria, and many other countries to initiate world synchronized meditations while battles raged around him. Each time, millions of people participated, and miracles have often followed.
James has recorded more than 15 albums and has produced or directed six films, including Redwood Highway and Indigo. In 2018 he was consecrated a Franciscan Hermit and now lives in Ajijic, Mexico where he founded Namaste Lake Chapala, an interfaith peace community.