Thoughts on human effort and the work of God

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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 Have I Been Up to Lately?

It’s been awhile since my last post, so here’s an update on one major thing I’ve been working on lately. My company TheoTech, built spf.io, a product that provides AI-assisted real time captions and translations of live events. You plug in… Continue Reading →

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 →

3 Hackathon Inventions to Help You Enjoy ALL of God’s Word

Have you read the entire Bible? Do you think God wants you to? Do you feel bad for not doing it? Are you tired of people (or yourself) telling you you should? Do you “play it safe” by sticking to comfortable… Continue Reading →

Coding in the Dark: The Risks and Rewards of Innovating for the Kingdom

What is it like to live at the intersection of faith, technology and entrepreneurship? What makes taking risks for the Kingdom of God worthwhile even in the face of failure? Find out in this talk. (Given as part of the… Continue Reading →

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