Most people find public speaking more terrifying than death. I, however, am more inclined to fear rapidly-mutating viruses, poisonous reptiles, and ravenous wolves. (A few years ago, I made the awful mistake of agreeing to a late-night, full-volume, high-definition screening of “The Grey.” Liam Neeson’s brilliant performance aside, I do not recommend this film to anyone living within 1000 miles of a wolf pack.)
Actually, public speaking is a joy for me. Which must mean that I’m either unusually brave. Or half crazy.
(Or a little bit of both.)
I love people. And I like to talk. And teach. And relate. And emote.
And laugh and cry and cheer and holler.
I sometimes do all of the above in the space of a few minutes… in front of an audience. And I’d be honored to address yours.
If you’re looking for a speaker or facilitator for an upcoming event, workshop or retreat, I have a limited number of dates available in the upcoming months.
Treasure Hunters and Thrill Seekers
Quenched: Living Water for the Soul-Thirsty
Red Letter Life: What Happens When We Live Like Jesus
Unplugged: Peace in His Presence
Infused: God’s Goodness and Grace in the Daily Grind
Clarity and Color: A Listening Retreat
Shine: Bright Hope in a Dark World
Restoration (A Refresher Course)
Seasonal retreat themes:
Good Growth: Cultivating a Spiritually Fruitful Life
Fresh Air and Sweet Dreams (Body and Soul Care)
Faith in Full Bloom: Pruning Shears and Precious Tears
Ablaze: Colorful Reflections on the Intimate, Infinite Love of Jesus
Harvest Time: Fresh Perspective on a Faith-filled and Fruitful Life
Gospel-centered Christmas messages:
One Starry Night
Love Was Born
Another Christmas Carol
Unwrapping the Gift
Women’s events and workshops:
Camo and a Crown
The Happily Ever After Project
Grace and Peace: 24/7/365
Teen events and workshops:
Fairy Tales and Movies
Future and Hope: Endless Possibilities, Foolproof Promises
Social Network: The Truth about Friends, Followers, and Fakers
Please fill out the “contact” form on this site or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like more information about my speaking schedule (or my irrational fear of big, bad wolves).