June 4th, 2012 | Posted by: Chris Stedman
Hey folks! After a very full speaking schedule in April (Minnesota, Australia, and Illinois), I spent the entire month of May in Massachusetts. It was a busy month at work (that included two new hires at HCH — check out an interview Greg and I did for the Friendly Atheist to learn more), but it was good to get a break from travel. I kind of needed it. But as nice as it was, I do love to get out there to meet people from all over.
For the second year in a row, I’m planning a community service project to close the American Humanist Association’s annual conference. (This year, I’ll also be speaking.) A few weeks later, I’ll be speaking at a progressive Christian conference in North Carolina alongside folks like Jim Wallis, Derek Webb, and many others. (And I’ll get to sleep in a tent!) In July, I’ll be at The Amaz!ng Meeting (the world’s largest conference on skepticism and science) for the first time (I almost went last summer but couldn’t make it due to a work conflict). Finally, I’ll be speaking at the Interfaith Youth Core’s Interfaith Leadership Institute, which is always one of my favorite events to participate in. (College students, staff, and faculty: it’s not too late to apply!)
Here is my speaking schedule for the next couple of months — the first being this week:
Wild Goose Festival
Shakori Hills, NC
The Amaz!ng Meeting
Las Vegas, NV
Speaking, workshop, and tabling
Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) Interfaith Leadership Institute
I hope to see you at one of these events!