Rev. Norma Osman
Chairman & Senior Minister Reverend Norma Osman’s ministry was in Hospice for more than twenty years, providing patient care and bereavement counseling. She served several terms on the board of directors; developed and delivered training to volunteers. In 1999, Reverend Osman co-founded the non-denominational Interfaith Truth Center in suburban Atlanta. As the Senior Minister at the Center, Norma conducts seminars and classes on meditation and spirituality to provide a springboard for inspiring individual self-discovery and spiritual growth. Her diverse experience allows her to speak on a wide range of topics. She has been married for over forty five years – parented two grown children. Norma gushes, “My four grandchildren are the most wonderful kids on the earth at this time!” Recently, she led a study group on advanced numerology. Most days Norma is at the center, eagerly open for a good joke.
Rev. Larry Blomberg
Larry has studied, practiced and taught New Thought principles for his entire adult life. Over the last few years he has focused on Aramaic Bible Studies under the tutelage of Dr. Rocco Errico as a student at the Barbara King School of Ministry in Atlanta.
As a professional swimming coach Larry embraces and sees the divine potential in all people. He and his wife Kinda also run a business dedicated to “inspiring healthy living” using nutrition and self-hypnosis.
Larry is a proud father of two children. His daughter is an accomplished dancer and his son is an all-star baseball player.
Tracey is one of those rare and precious souls who gives of herself and her energy through service. She is known at ITC for her hospitality and keeping us caffeinated or with tea and snacks during our fellowship time following our Sunday gatherings.
During the week she takes care of precious cargo as a special needs school bus driver. She is a mother and grandmother.