Karen Henderson
Washington DC's own  
       hometown singer 
                and radio broadcaster


She was Washington D.C.'s popular hometown entertainer 

        and  W

MAL & ABC radio personality 

for                                 over  four   decades.   


From her annual appearances at the John F.  Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for 12 consecutive Christmas Eves (broadcast  live on WMAL and Armed Forces Radio), to her legendary New Year's shows for Kennedy Center patrons, which continued for 18 years through 2012, Karen could always be found when a special event called for "official representation".  Known affectionately as "The Kate Smith of  Washington," (because Karen was an official National Anthem performer at Washington Redskins' games), Karen boasted many local honors and performances alongside the nation's finest performers. 


 Karen reminds people to 


to  the Deep Relationship 

they can find in the world around them 


Is the world going crazy or is it only me? 

Each day, the pressure on us mounts, and we may feel burdened and unable to handle it all. 

Politics, technology, aggressive  situations, emotional  challenges,  threatening earth changes, health problems, fear of the unknown...there is so much distraction incoming from every direction, 
that we are no longer paying attention to the real stuff 
the real things which matter 
in our place in the universe. 

And which honors the real reason we are here. 


          Karen's experience and unique philosophy frame a lifelong study of the parallels uniting Christianity, 
ancient wisdom and modern cosmology. 

She believes individuals can become empowered to take charge of Life, move more easily through chronic conditions, and recognize and dissolve the constricting bounds of  distraction that can make us unhappy and realize the everday miracles we are given. 
Karen communicates a message through her magnificent and recognizable voice.