Arlene Hylton

Arlene Hylton

Spiritual Teacher


Rev. Arlene Hylton is a Spiritual Teacher who delights in assisting Youth and Adults alike in remembering their Spiritual Potential and Capacity.  Through her Workshops, Lectures, and One-on-One council, she assists individuals in realizing their God given attributes.  She created “I’m Keeping True,” a multi-dimensional workshop which includes focuses on fasting, prayer and setting intentions: these modalities support individual transformation.  Many life changing healings, revelations and clear insights have been experienced by participating in her workshops.

Arlene’s Vision and Background
As a Spiritual Teacher my vision is to assist individuals in remembering their Spiritual Potential through prayer, meditation and embodying spiritual principles. For the past 10 years I’ve supported hundreds in honoring their whole selves Spiritually, Mentally and Physically, culminating in the creation of the “I’m Keeping True” fasting program. Through my insights from The Most High and inspired through the tutelage of Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith, Spiritual Director of Agape International Spiritual Center, I graduated as an Agape Licensed Spiritual Practitioner in June 2005. I then went on to graduate as an Agape Minister in June, 2010. I’ve been been the Director of Teen Agape for over 16 years and Director of “Odyssey”, Agape’s Young Adult ministry and “Inside Out” Agape’s Young women’s mentoring program. I’m currently the Director of Agape’s “Whole Live Food Ministry,” which focuses on eating whole live foods to honor the body temple. The ministry invites raw food chefs in monthly to facilitate ongoing whole live food education in the community. Beyond my service at Agape, I am also the Spiritual Director of Safe Harbor Treatment Center for Women located in Costa Mesa, California.

Focus: Living Foods and Whole Life Living 

Description: This talk addresses the connectivity between spiritual practice, living foods, and living a whole and fulfilled life.  This lecture will include guided meditation, food demonstration, and an open forum discussion to support individuals in recognizing the spirit, mind, body connectivity.