Looking for a speaker for your next event?
She’s funny. She’s animated. She loves God and she’s a storyteller at heart …and she’d love to come and speak to your group. A former high school English teacher, Cara was in full-time youth ministry before getting a Masters of Theology (Fuller Seminary). She is now a writer and speaker, a mama to two young boys and a master imitator of all things Tina Fey.
Interested in what Cara speaks on? Her list is long, but here are five of her favorites:
*Peace with God, Peace with Ourselves, Peace with Others
*Race and Faith: Waking Up to the Imago Dei (Bonus: this is the theme of Cara’s first book, which publishes in January 2019).
*Whatever topic or set of verses you might want to assign her!
Whether you need someone to fill in on a Sunday morning, speak at a weekend retreat, give a seminar at a conference, encourage women and mothers, or cheer on teenagers and college students, Cara speaks to a variety of audiences and would love to talk with you further.
Fill out the query form below for additional presentation topics, complete resume and booking information.
January 14, 2018: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church: Homily, Seattle, WA
February 4, 2018: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church: Forum, Seattle, WA
February 25, 2018: New Life Community Church, Burlingame, CA
April 12-14, 2018: Festival of Faith & Writing, (Panelist: “The Risk of Writing on Race” & “Freelancing Isn’t Free: How to Get Paid to Write”), Grand Rapids, MI
April 25, May 2, May 9: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (“The Sermons of Martin Luther King, Jr: Conversations of Justice Today”)
May 25-28, 2018: Young Life Bay Region Family Camp, Woodleaf, CA
From January 2018, on kitchen moments of justice and peace:
From November 2017, on the Samaritan woman in a series on outcasts:
From November 2016, on the topic of racial reconciliation (geared toward a progressive Lutheran community):
From February 2017, on the topic of patience (geared toward more of an Evangelical community):
A full-length sermon from Pangea Church, on Mark 6:30-45: Hopeful Resistance (geared toward an Anabaptist community):
Additional questions? Feel free to ask – Cara can’t wait to chat with you!