Princeton, Raleigh/Durham, D.C., and Michigan, Here I Come

I’d love to meet some of you face to face, so I wanted to let you know about the times I’ll be speaking in the next month:

Lawrenceville: Tonight, March 21, I will be leading a discussion about being a parent of a child with special needs in an age of exceptionality at the Special Olympics Headquarters of New Jersey. 6:00-8:00

Princeton: Saturday, March 24, I will be reading from A Good and Perfect Gift at 2:10 at the Princeton Library for their local authors day. Linda Artzenius provides information about the day as well as a profile of me and review of A Good and Perfect Gift in A Local Mom Explores Down Syndrome, Faith, and More.

Durham, NC: Thursday, March 29, I will be reading and speaking at Duke Divinity School at 12:20 and then at the Reality Center at 7:00 pm.

Raleigh, NC: Friday, March 30, I will be reading and speaking at the Church of the Apostles at 7:30 pm.

Washington, D.C.: Along with many far more interesting and prominent speakers, I will be giving a talk about perfection and prenatal testing at the Q National Conference April 9-10.

Holland, MI: April 18 I will be preaching in chapel at Western Theological Seminary.

Check my Events Page for more information.

Grand Rapids, MI: In a series of events in Grand Rapids, I will be speaking and leading discussions during the Festival of Faith and Writing on both April 19th and 20th. I will also be speaking and reading at a local book store on Thursday, April 19th at 7:00.

I hope you can join me, and invite your friends!

About Amy Julia Becker

Amy Julia Becker writes and speaks about family, faith, disability, and culture. A graduate of Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary, she is the author of Penelope Ayers: A Memoir, A Good and Perfect Gift (Bethany House), and Why I Am Both Spiritual and Religious (Patheos Press).

Comments

  1. Sarah Nederveld says:

    when/where are you speaking in Raleigh?

    • Amy Julia Becker says:

      Sarah, Sorry I wasn’t clear! At Church of the Apostles on Friday night, March 30 at 7:30. I’ll update the post with more info too.

  2. Anonymous says:

    One of the Special Olympians in the Adaptive Sports Program was just named an alternate to the Olympics, in Seoul! For some reason, I had no sense of Special Olympics as more than a local/regional program, but what an amazing opportunity for a young person!


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