The Trinity Forum reaches thousands of thinking Christians by helping them engage in public thought and discourse for the benefit of our society. Through your sponsorship, we’re able to meet the urgent need for the space and intellectual resources to consider life’s greatest questions in the context of faith. Please reach out with questions about the sponsorships in the following areas:

Trinity Forum Readings ($5,000 sponsorship)

Sponsorships include:

  • Named recognition on the copyright page;
  • Up to 200 copies of the sponsored Reading;
  • Renewal of your Trinity Forum Society membership;
  • Five Trinity Forum Society memberships to share.

Summer Reading:
Our summer Reading will feature excerpts from Ralph Ellison’s gripping first novel and National Book Award winner Invisible Man, which established Ellison as one of the great novelists of the 20th century. In this work, an anonymous narrator recounts his struggles in a society that does not see him – and the violence inherent in the denial of visibility and dignity. The work will be introduced from a distinctively Christian perspective by Rev. Claude Atcho, pastor of Church of the Resurrection in Charlottesville, Virginia and author of Reading Black Books: How African American Literature Can Make Our Faith More Whole and Just.

Online Conversations ($2,500 sponsorship)

Sponsorships include:

  • Named recognition on the invitation and registration page;
  • A signed copy of the guest’s featured book (if applicable);
  • Renewal of your Trinity Forum Society membership;
  • Five Trinity Forum Society memberships to share.

John Inazu, April 19 at 1:30 p.m. ET

Law professor John Inazu will draw from his latest book, Learning to Disagree: The Surprising Path to Navigating Differences with Empathy and Respect, to address one of the most urgent topics of our moment: how can we have dialogue in good faith across disagreement without surrendering our strongly held beliefs? 

Christian Wiman, April 26 at 1:30 p.m. ET

Poet and author of My Bright Abyss, Christian Wiman will discuss his latest book, Zero at the Bone: Fifty Entries Against Despair and questions around faith, morality, and God. 

John Mark Comer, May 3 at 1:30 p.m. ET

Author of The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry, John Mark Comer will discuss his latest book, Practicing the Way, and spiritual formation practices that lead to a deeper life with God.

Amy Low, June 14 at 1:30 p.m. ET

Amy Low’s book, The Brave In-Between: Notes from the Last Room, is based on her experience living with Stage IV metastatic colon cancer. Having lived four years with scant odds of long-term survival, she will explore how the in-between life has changed her, showing a way to relish life and be kinder to herself and others while living through the inevitable fear and heartbreak of facing mortality. 

Elizabeth Oldfield, June 21 at 1:30 p.m. ET

Elizabeth Oldfield, host of The Sacred podcast and former director of the Theos Institute in the UK, will discuss her new book, Fully Alive: Tending to the Soul in Turbulent Times. She will explore why, in a world heavy on judgment, she still finds the concept of sin liberating—and how, to her surprise, she keeps finding in her Christian faith ways to feel fully alive.

Mia Chung-Yee and David Bailey, June 28 at 1:30 p.m. ET

Mia Chung-Yee, Founder and Executive Director of the Octet Collaborative at MIT, and David Bailey, Founder of Arrabon, will discuss creativity and reconciliation.

Podcasts ($1,500 sponsorship)
Sponsorships include:
  • Named recognition on the podcast;
  • Listed sponsorship in the advertising;
  • Renewal of your Trinity Forum Society membership;
  • Five Trinity Forum Society memberships to share.

For more information about the Trinity Forum Conversations Podcast and details about upcoming episodes, contact Campbell Vogel.

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