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Diversify your Dopamine Portfolio

Diversifying your dopamine portfolio results in greater emotional resilience.

Faith and the Tech Sector

How can we support, activate and unleash technologists to use their gifts to advance God’s Kingdom? In this talk I share the massive opportunity for the Church (especially in the Pacific Northwest)–so massive it would be irresponsible not to pursue–as well… Continue Reading →

Why Code for the Kingdom?

For the recent Global Code for the Kingdom Hackathon, I had the privilege of sharing “Why Code for the Kingdom?” This is a video and manuscript of the talk. Brothers and sisters, welcome to Code for the Kingdom! My name… Continue Reading →

When God provides…

Speechless surprise, Making me wise, Seeing its true, God always comes through. He wants what He wants, But in my despair I doubted, I feared That He wouldn’t be there. Pouring out effort To so little comfort. Was I doing things… Continue Reading →

Code for the Kingdom @ Microsoft Social Media Recap

About a hundred people gathered for the first ever Code for the Kingdom @ Microsoft this past weekend. We prayed, worshiped, hacked (kids did too!), pitched and celebrated–it was an amazing time. Here are some pictures, videos and tweets from the event. You can read… Continue Reading →

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