TOM SPEAKS OUT:
28-30 Jan 2019 Doing something experimental and fun for a few days at OneLife Institute, Lancaster, PA
01 Dec., 11:00 AM Speaking on Town Character: Why Our Built Environment Matters as part of the Common Thought Art Gallery and Forum at Hanover Valley Pres. Church, 133 Carlisle St, Hanover, PA,
18 Nov., 5:00 PM Speaking on The Root of Civility in an Uncivil Times at Redemption Books, Richmond, VA for The Richmond Center for Christian Study
28 Oct--02 Dec 2, Teaching & leading discussions from Good Posture: Engaging Current Culture With Ancient Faith (his book), Wheatland Presbyterian Church, 9:30 AM, six consecutive Sundays
29 Sept, Leading panel with Becky Becker on Covenantal Parenting for Wheatland Presbyterian Church, 7:00 PM,
22 Sept, Delivering workshop at The Francis A. Schaeffer Lecture series, Covenant Theological Seminary, St. Louis, MO
Curating Surprises: Demonstrating Cultural Apologetics in Public Places
15 July, Preaching at Grace Church, Chenoa, IL
8-14 July, Bloomington/Normal, IL, Ithaka Fellowship Board Meeting/vaca
3-8 July, Denver vacation; available to speak
22 June, Speaking with Ned Bustard on Arts & Culture at The Emerging Scholars Network, Hershey, PA
2-4 June, Private Event, Lexington, VA
15 May, Panelist for Senior Theses, Logos Academy, York, PA
14 Mar, Speaking at St. Alban's Anglican Church, Lakeland, FL on Good Posture
11 Mar, Preaching and Teaching, AM&PM, Grace PCA, Ocala, FL
22 Feb, Morning Seminar on Good Posture, OneLife Institute, Lancaster
18 Feb, Preaching from John 11:1-4 at Wheatland Church (PCA), 1125 Columbia Ave. Lancaster
18 Jan, M.C.'ing Verit-Talks at Veritas Academy, Lancaster
Want Tom to Speak for you?
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(his rates are reasonable)
Read Tom's pastoral reflections on place, culture, and the household
View some of Tom's B&W photography
TYPES OF PRESENTATIONS:
SERMONS, LECTURES, FORUMS
WEEKEND RETREATS, CONFERENCES
CLASSES (one-off or ongoing)
If your group or church would like to facilitate a discussion on applied apologetics in your community, invite Tom to tell his story.
He can also help you think through your context's challenges and opportunities for cultural engagement.
Invite Tom to have a discussion with your leaders or members on what it means to be "in the world but not of it," as Jesus said.
Films, literature and current events, for instance, are a God-given bridge for sustaining significant conversations with neighbors about life's biggest questions.