Adam frequently travels the country offering talks, retreats, and mentoring on contemplative activism emerging spirituality (including "interspirituality"), finding one’s calling and living in service of compassion and justice, young people’s quest for a healthy spirituality, innovative ways of working with homeless and at-risk youth, new monasticism, interfaith collaborations, and social activism.

Adam has spoken in small and large churches, faith communities, colleges, universities, conferences, and large social gatherings. He has no set speaking fee, but prefers to make himself available as needed and trusts in your generosity for support. While considering inviting Adam to speak please know that 100% of Adam’s speaking fees go directly to the Reciprocity Foundation to be used for direct services to New York City's homeless youth. You may want to read his article “My God Lives on the Street” to learn more about this work and ministry. Weekends work best for Adam as his primary commitment is to this direct work with homeless youth.

Adam looks at each event as an opportunity to share his message and experience. All of his speaking is informed by his work with homeless youth and his contemplative practice. So, please be generous. Speaking is Adam’s primary way of fundraising for programs for the kids he loves. We also ask you to consider committing to praying for the Reciprocity Foundation and all the kids it serves. As the monks of old said, “We are God’s hands”, and the work of healing can’t be done unless all of us participate.

Please consider supporting and praying for this ministry.

To inquire about booking Adam for an event or scheduling a mentoring session with Adam, please email using this link.