T. Carlos “Tim” Anderson – ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) pastor in Austin, TX – author of There is a Balm in Huntsville and Just a Little Bit More.

I’m available for presentations, talks, and discussions on the topics of restorative justice, faith and inequality, egalitarianism and the pursuit of common good. Presentations in English or Spanish.

“T. Carlos Anderson is an American treasure. He knows this country’s history well and uses it to promote common good. Time flew by during his presentation as he wove his book’s message with humor and kindness.”
Lanny Wilson, MD, Chicago, Illinois

“Anderson’s presentation is lively, open, and engaging. Hopeful and personal, this conversation nudges us away from our habitual competition in the culture of excess and into thoughtful commitment to the common good – into being neighbors.”
Dawn Silvius, Pastor, San Antonio, Texas


Past presentations include:

*Christ Lutheran Church, Dallas, TX – November 2019

*Keynote Speaker at Bridges To Life Annual Luncheon, Houston, TX – November 2019

*Keynote Speaker at Bridges To Life Annual Dinner, Dallas, TX – November 2019

*Keynote Speaker at Bridges To Life Annual Dinner, Amarillo, TX – October 2019

*Living Word Book Club, Buda, TX – October 2019

*St. David’s Episcopal Church, Austin, TX – September & October 2019

*Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran, Austin, TX – August 2019

*The Twig Book Shop, San Antonio, TX – August 2019

*Triumphant Love Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – August 2019

*Abiding Love Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – July 2019

*St. John’s/San Juan Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – June 2019

*BookPeople, Austin, TX – June 2019

*Bastrop Rotary Club, Bastrop, TX – June 2019

*St. Martin’s Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – November & December 2017

*Chapelwood United Methodist Church, Houston, TX – June 2017

*Palm Valley Lutheran Hispanic Ministry, Round Rock, TX – febrero de 2017. Presentación en español.

*St. John’s/San Juan Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – noviembre de 2016 – con Lilia Martínez. Presentación en español.

*Faith Lutheran Church, Beeville, TX – November 2016.

*St. John’s/San Juan Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – October 2016.

*Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – September 2016.

*Sun City Senior University, Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX – June 2016.

*Gettysburg Seminary, Gettysburg, PA – April 2016.

*Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Fairfax, VA – April 2016.

*Abiding Presence Lutheran Church, San Antonio, TX –  March 2016.

*ALOA Senior Fest, St. Martin’s Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – February 2016.

*Messiah Lutheran Church, Wauconda, IL – September 2015.

*St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Mt. Prospect, IL – September 2015.

*The “Monday Matters” theology book club at Triumphant Love Lutheran Church, Austin, TX – February and March 2015.

*ELCA Region IV Campus Pastors retreat in Harper, TX – January 2015.

Presentation topics: “Rockefeller’s Permission and Eras of Excess,” “The Dominant Religion in the U.S.,” “Prepping for Historic Inequality by 2030,” and “Less as More in the Culture of Just a Little Bit More.”

I would love to come and make a presentation on Just a Little Bit More themes to your community of faith, book club, or discussion group.

Twitter: @blue_ocotillo

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3 thoughts on “Contact/Inquiries/Presentations

  1. Bill Shaw

    Nice meeting you at the Y today Tim. I’ll order Just A Little Bit More.

    A have a friend, Vern, [] with a social conscience like yours. You might want to communicate with. He’s a retired historian living in Marble Falls with several books to his credit.

    Michael Lewis and my nephew, Chad Johnson, just by chance, met each other on an air flight. Chad is an assistant attorney general in NY state. He prosecutes securities fraud.

    Let me have your email address please.

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