If you’re interested in having me speak at your event (pulpit supply, church service, retreat, camp, conference, college, chapel service, parachurch event, etc.), please fill out the request form below. I am open to speaking on any biblical, spiritual, and/or life topic. You can find the subjects I’m most passionate about by perusing my blog topics but all in all, my passion is to see the good news of Jesus come alive in people and to see people follow Jesus with all their hearts.
I’ve written a book for men on how to find their identity in Christ in an over-sexualized world that I am in the middle stages of acquiring a publisher for.
You can sample my sermons at Crossroads’ Vimeo page, or on the Vimeo widget in my right sidebar.
You can listen to my “Behind the Curtain” Ministry Podcast here.
You can read endorsement quotes from previous speaking engagements I’ve done below.
I look forward to connecting with you and hopefully partnering together with you in ministry.
–Noel Heikkinen, Teaching Pastor, Riverview Church, Holt MI. Author of Unchained: If Jesus Has Set Us Free, Why Don’t We Feel Free?
-Ryan Bushnell, Dean of Students, Great Lakes Christian College, Lansing MI
-Meg Akehi, former Staff Development and Training Coordinator with Athletes in Action
-Diana Cook, Campus Staff Minister, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
-Matt Rogers, Campus Staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
-Steve Rice, Director of Camping Programs, Joy El Camps & Retreats, Greencastle PA
“Noah has the unique ability to communicate compellingly to an older, established church audience as he does to a younger, college crowd. This requires tricky navigation which Noah performs ably.” -Brian Langford, Campus Director for Michigan State University Cru (Campus Crusade), Elder at Red Cedar Evangelical Free Church
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Latest posts by Noah Filipiak (see all)
- Gay Marriage East Lansing Farmer’s Market, Pt. 2: Providing a Wedding is not a Business Service, it is a Worship Service - June 10, 2017
- With gay marriage Farmer’s Market ban, will East Lansing be a place of bigotry and discrimination? - June 9, 2017
- What does a multi-ethnic church really look like? - June 8, 2017