- “Climate Change: A Challenge for the Christian Community,” St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Grand Rapids, MI,
May 9, 2009.
- “Climate Change: The Solution is up to You,” Middle School Montessori, Grand Rapids, Montessori Public
Schools, Grand Rapids, MI, April 20, 2009.
- “Climate Change: A Primer.” Presentation for the Ferris State Democratic Progressive student group, Ferris
State University, Big Rapids, Michigan, March 17, 2009.
- “Climate Change: A Challenge for our Community,” Monroe Avenue Christian Reformed Church Faith at Work
series, March 4, 2009.
- “The Hot and Cold of Climate Change.” “The Power of With” conference, annual ministry conference of the
Christian Reformed Church—all denominational ministry boards and staff, Chicago, IL. Two presentations, February 29, 2009.
- “Religion and Social Order: Lessons Illuminated by the Tragedies of Hurricane Katrina and the Asian Tsunami.” Inaugural Lecture, Gary and Henrietta Byker Chair in Christian Perspectives on Political, Social, and Economic Thought, Calvin College, February 26, 2009.
- The Wonder of Creation—Soil: Foundation of Life, Part 1. RBC Ministries, 2008 (originally aired November 9),
Interviewed for film.&
“The Food We Eat, Woodlawn Christian Reformed Church, November 9, 2008.
- “Research and Grants: Faculty, Students and Alumni Communities,” Regional Council, November 7, 2008.
- “Integrating Academic Life with Service: A Cross-Cultural and Cross-Generational Experience” Janel Curry and
Marie Roper, Parents Weekend Dinner, October 24, 2008.
- “Christian Perspective on Climate Change,” Ferrysburg Christian Reformed Church, Ferrysburg, MI, October 5,
- “Christianity and Climate Change: Understanding the Range of Responses,” Breakthrough: Ethics, Economics, and the Environment, sponsored by the Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment, Bozeman, Montana, September 8-12, Elkhorn Ranch, Big Sky, Montana, September 11, 2008
- Creation Care Consultation
Current Events and Resources
Take a Walk on the Wild Side - Guatemala, Rob and Tara Cahill Visit
"Controlling China’s Pollution," John Nagle lecture
- A Model of Christian Charity Governor John Winthrop (1630 on board the Arbella)
- Decisive Issues Facing Christians Today, John Stott, chapters 1 & 2
- Decisive Issues Facing Christians Today, John Stott, chapters 3 & 4
- Lectures on Calvinism, "Calvinism and Politics"
- "The Puritans' Greatest Achievement...," Timothy Breen and Stephen Foster
Curry's speaking engagement
Other Calvin Chairs
Endowed and honorary chairs at Calvin College, including their years of establishment and donors
1952: Queen Juliana Chair of the Language and Culture of the Netherlands (non-endowed)
1994: William Spoelhof Teacher-Scholar-in-Residence Chair, endowed by Stanley ’52 and Harriet van Reken
1997: Paul B. Henry Chair for the Study of Christianity and Politics, endowed by friends and family of the late Paul Henry
2004: Gary and Henrietta Byker Chair in Christian Perspectives on Political, Social, and Economic Thought, endowed by friends and family of former Michigan Sen. Gary Byker and his wife Henrietta
2004: Arthur H. DeKruyter Chair in Faith and Communication, endowed by friends and family of Arthur H. DeKruyter
2006: Brummel Chair in Organic Chemistry, endowed by Roger and Connie Brummel
2006: Frederik Meijer Chair in Dutch Language and Culture, endowed by Frederik and Lena Meijer