Hacking together an open source vocation

Hacking together an open source vocation

“What is God actually calling us to do with our lives? How can we use our gifts for His Kingdom?”   Henry Zhu has worked hard to try and answer these questions for himself. From his start as an Industrial Engineering graduate, through his first programming job with...
Race, identity and the courage to follow God’s call

Race, identity and the courage to follow God’s call

John Johnson is the principal of a branding and design agency called “a small studio”. In this episode we discuss the uniqueness of each person’s story and how that motivates us to continually use our gifts for God’s purposes. As a black business owner, John decided...
3-D Printing PPE & the Rise of the Makers

3-D Printing PPE & the Rise of the Makers

​How are small businesses responding to COVID-19? In this episode, we interview Billy Davis, owner of the FabLab, a maker space providing 3D printing services and classes. When COVID-19 hit, the FabLab pivoted by creating nearly 4,000 face shields and 600 face masks...
The Post-Pandemic Future of the Church

The Post-Pandemic Future of the Church

What might church look like when quarantine is over? In today’s episode, DJ Chuang, strategy consultant for .BIBLE Domain Name Registry, maps out a few predictions of what the future of church could look like post-pandemic. He and Chris also discuss some...
COVID-19 and Higher Education

COVID-19 and Higher Education

How has COVID-19 impacted higher education? What’s the most effective way to do remote/virtual learning? Michael Paulus, a professor of information studies at Seattle Pacific University shares his perspective on-the ground, drawing from a historical, pedagogical...