O Me of Little Faith

Just a schedule update. I’ve got a few appearances lined up in the next month that you may want to know about if you live in the Grand Rapids or New York City areas. (Yes, those two locations aren’t generally mentioned in the same context, but I don’t care. And with the confluence of Rob Bell, Zondervan and Calvin College, Grand Rapids might as well be the Nashville north of Christian culture.)

The biennial Festival of Faith & Writing takes place at Calvin College in Grand Rapids next week (April 14-17). I’ll be there. I’m appearing on a couple of panels on Thursday, April 15…

Facebook Revolution: How Writers Can Use Social Media to Build Their Readership
Jana Riess, Lisa Samson, Greg Daniel, Kelly Hughes, and Jason Boyett
1:45-2:45 p.m.

Retelling the Old, Old Story
Debbie Blue, Sally Lloyd-Jones, and Jason Boyett
4:30-5:30 p.m.

Then on Friday, April 16, I’ll be leading a lunch forum with friend-of-this-blog Rachel Held Evans.

Naked Non-Fiction: Confessional Writing and the Memoir
Jason Boyett and Rachel Held Evans
12:45-1:45 p.m.

Rachel and I will also be signing books that afternoon at the Zondervan booth.

I know I have a few readers up in that area. If you’re around — or if you’re attending FFW — I’d love to meet you!


I’ve also got a couple of speaking engagements scheduled in May in New York City the week after O Me of Little Faith releases. If you live in and around NYC, consider yourself invited.

Tuesday, May 4
Apostles Church NYC
7:30 p.m.
Pig N’ Whistle Irish Pub (Times Square)

Wednesday, May 5
Marble Collegiate
(5th Ave & 29th St.)
6:15 p.m. Worship
7:30 p.m. Conversation


And while I’m shamelessly self-promoting, it so happens that I am currently scheduling appearances for the fall semester, so if you’d like me to come discuss faith and doubt at your university, church, festival
, or rodeo, send me an email or get in touch with Kortland at GroundWorks. I also do ribbon-cuttings, bell-ringings, variety-show judging and can recite the alphabet backwards at a stunning rate of speed.

I am, in fact, your huckleberry.

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