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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 →

Investing in Outcomes Money Can’t Buy – Memoirs of a Venture Calvinist (Part 4 of 4)

Image by Ervins Strauhmanis, CC2.0 As described in What I Hope To Do, I believe one of the greatest experiences a person can have is an unquenchable desire for God, which finds in Him more love, satisfaction and joy than… Continue Reading →

The Journey of Faith – Memoirs of a Venture Calvinist (Part 3 of 3)

Captain’s Log, March 12, 2014 AD After a challenging 5 months, the motivational actuators are back online and we are resuming progress on our voyage. To my surprise, the most difficult part of the adventure so far has been maintaining… Continue Reading →

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