Dr. June Avis Bro found her life deeply affected by working daily with Edgar Cayce when she and her husband, author and theologia, Harmon Bro, came to Virginia Beach, Va., in 1943. She set about sharing her interests with others as a pastoral counselor and minister, as well as by using her skills in the performing arts. She has a graduate ministerial degree from Andover-Newton Theological School, near Boston, and a doctorate from Chicago Theological Seminary. In addition to teaching on six campuses while raising five children, she has been a research assistant at Harvard, lectured and held workshops in many cities, led overseas tours to the Near East and China, and served as pastor. A concert pianist, she has served on the music staff in churches of most of the major Protestant denominations and draws on her background in the arts to illuminate myths, symbols, and dreams. At age 90, she released her first piano CD called “Soul Soundings,” which is sold in the A.R.E. Bookstore & Gift Shop. She writes a column for A.R.E.'s Membership magazine, Venture Inward, titled "The Art of Living" and based on her Life Reading given by Edgar Cayce in 1944.