February 19, 2010, St. Paul, MN — Moberg Lecturer: Keynote Speaker, Public Lecture and Chapel Speaker, “Reconciliation in a Global Society: Pursuing Authenticity, Engagement and Action,” The Moberg Lectureship on Christianity and Sociology, invited by Andrew Adubote, also sponsored by Bethel University Office of Diversity and Bethel Antiracism and Reconciliation Commission, Bethel University.
May 13 & 14, 2010, Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, IN — Seminar Leader, “Multiethnic Ministries, Innovation, and the Emerging Future of American Churches,” Two day-long seminars, invited by Education Director Kara Faris, Center for Congregations funded by Lilly Endowment.
July 3 – July 28, 2010, Davidson, NC – Instructor, Work and Occupations in Modern Society, a three week course initiating advanced high school students in the sociological analysis of work and occupations. July Experience.
August 13, 2010, Atlanta, GA — Council Meeting for the Association for the Sociology of Religion.
August 13-15, 2010, Atlanta, GA – Annual Meetings of the Association for the Sociology of Religion, including Organizer and Panelist, “Scholars and Practitioners of the Emerging Church Movement,” Session pairing Doug Pagitt, Troy Bronsink, Tim Hartman (as “Practicioners”) with James S. Bielo and Gerardo Marti (as “Scholars) to explore and assess the Emerging Church Movement, Association for the Sociology of Religion.
October 15 – 17, 2010, Valparaiso, IN — Plenary Speaker, “’Do I Need to Come to Class?’: The New Challenge of Face and Place in Church-Related Higher Education.” Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts, 20th Anniversary Annual National Conference, Valparaiso University.
October 28-31, 2010, Baltimore, MD – Annual Meetings of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion including Executive Council Meeting of SSSR officers and Editorial Meeting of the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.
October 29-November 2, 2010, Atlanta, GA – Annual Meetings of the American Academy of Religion including Steering Committee Meeting for the Religion and Social Science Section officers of the American Academy of Religion.
February 21-22, 2011, Virginia Beach, VA — Invited Symposium Presenter — “Risky Career Paths and Spirit-Filled Prosperity among Workers in Advanced Capitalism,” Pentecostalism & Prosperity: The Socio-Economics of Global Renewal, invited by Professors Amos Yong and Katy Attanasi, School of Divinity and School of Undergraduate Studies, Regent University.
June 23 – July 18, 2011, Grand Rapids, MI — Research Seminar Director, “Congregations and Social Change,” A four-week seminar assisting professors and students in the social science of religion to development of their scholarship in the analysis of congregations, Calvin College Seminars in Christian Scholarship, Invited by Joel Carpenter and John Witvliet, Calvin College.