To invite Brian to speak

If you are interested in having Brian speak to your group, please contact laci.scott@gmail.com. Brian loves to speak about his books and related subjects, and is honored by your interest.
1. In-Person Appearances
Preference will be given to pastor/clergy, college/young adult groups, and interfaith groups. His publishers are happier if the groups are larger. Brian tries to schedule one or two international trips per year.
2. Virtual Appearances
Instead of having Brian travel to speak with your group, you can have him address your group via interactive video conferencing technology. By using Skype or another free or inexpensive online service, Brian can deliver a lecture with visuals, and he can take questions and respond to comments as well. This arrangement saves money (air travel, hotels, etc.), reduces environmental impact, and, when combined with small group interaction (for which we offer support and resources), can provide a very effective educational experience. Equipment needed: high speed internet, computer with video capabilities, video projector with sound.
You can inquire about inviting Brian to speak to your group by contacting Laci Scott. When you contact Laci, please include the following:
1. Proposed dates
2. Projected size and make-up of group (pastors/clergy, church members, college students, youth workers, etc.)
3. Are you interested in an in-person or video-conference option?
4. What topic(s) would you like him to address? (Please see the link below.)

To get an in-depth overview of Brian’s potential speaking topics, please click here.
To invite Brian to speak, please contact laci.scott@gmail.com
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Comments and Questions
If you would like to post a question or offer a comment about one of Brian’s books, please click here. Please keep your questions brief, and we will select a few to answer each month. (Brian wishes he could respond to each inquiry, but can’t due to volume. Please see if he has already addressed your question by searching on a key word at the top right corner of the home page.)