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Faith, Tech and Entrepreneurship: What difference does it make?

What difference does faith make when it comes to technology entrepreneurship? This talk answers the question by comparing and contrasting Jeff Bezos’ wisdom with Biblical wisdom. By considering the commonalities, we discover what’s still missing, pointing us to the ways… Continue Reading →

What I hope to do – Memoirs of a Venture Calvinist (Part 2 of 3)

What is the most amazing, delightful, life-changing product, service or experience you can think of? Take your time… The Life-Changing Product I believe there is nothing more satisfying or delightful than to know the vast riches of God’s love for… Continue Reading →

Why I left Amazon – Memoirs of a Venture Calvinist (Part 1 of 3)

In his commencement speech at Princeton renowned entrepreneur Jeff Bezos challenged the graduating students: How will you use your gifts? What choices will you make? Will you choose a life of ease, or a life of service and adventure? Will you wilt under… Continue Reading →

3 lessons learned from AngelHack Seattle

I recently did a hack-a-thon: nearly 24 hours of intense coding to transform a nascent idea into something useful that can wow judges and attract investment. It all began when my friend David (read his thoughts here) told me he really,… Continue Reading →

What I learned from Urbana 2012

The antiphonal hallelujahs crescendoed to blazing lights which I thought would explode from the joyous singing. It was the last night of Urbana and we ushered in the new year with a 16,000 strong multilingual, multicultural worship service. It was incredible…. Continue Reading →

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