The hour-long web show streams live to a worldwide audience from a suburban Philadelphia studio and features an up-and-coming producer and broadcaster with Millennial appeal. With over 30,000 subscribers, the offTheLeftEye YouTube channel is successfully showing viewers of various faiths how spirituality can unite even in a tense social climate.
Every Monday night at 8 p.m. ET, in a small broadcast studio just north of Philadelphia, 31-year-old Curtis Childs talks to hundreds of people of various faiths and backgrounds from all over the world about how to unite in a world caught up in political, religious, and economic turmoil. The hour-long web show called Swedenborg and Life—which will broadcast its 100th episode on May 9th—is inspired by the work of eighteenth-century spiritual explorer, philosopher, and writer Emanuel Swedenborg. Each week, Curtis guides YouTube viewers through a different facet of Swedenborg’s interfaith theology in an effort to explore the spiritual nature of everything in life.
Curtis, who has a down-to-earth approach to talking about the complex and taboo topics that exist within faith and spirituality, particularly with Gen Xers and Millennials, is seen as a local celebrity in his suburban Philadelphia community. His passion and talent is reaching people in countries throughout the world as part of the Swedenborg Foundation, boosted by the popularity of the offTheLeftEye YouTube channel and his appearances on international radio shows, podcasts, and other YouTube channels.
The offTheLeftEye YouTube channel has over 30,000 subscribers, generating an average of 325,000 views and 2.5 million minutes watched each month. One of the channel’s most watched short videos is You Are the Lungs with 335,000+ views and their most popular Swedenborg and Life video is Why Don’t Those Who’ve Died Communicate With Us More? with 2.3 million watch-time minutes. With other popular episodes like Modern Spiritual Experiences and How to Love and notable guests like best-selling author Raymond Moody, the channel is well on its way to becoming one of the leading creators of video content within the spirituality and theology genres on the world’s most popular video hosting site.
The upcoming 100th episode milestone marks the perfect opportunity for media coverage from a human interest perspective. Curtis and his small and talented behind-the-scenes team of script writers and graphic animators from the Swedenborg Foundation are available any day from now until May 9th to show reporters and camera crews their studio space and take them through the preparations and filming of a successful YouTube show. Curtis is also available for interviews with print, TV, and online publications, as well as radio shows and podcasts looking to cover stories about spirituality, faith, and a young man’s mission to unite.
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