Khristy Too

Ryan Gray – Love Who You Are and What You Have; and You will Change the World

Will you live up to your potential? Will you change the world today, tomorrow or the next day? I used to live as a stereotypical Christian male. Then something changed in my life. I felt unfulfilled, dissatisfied, under-utilized and under challenged. I blamed everyone and everything, until I realized that I had only myself to […]

Angelo Blancaflor – Authentic Online Witness

How an online writer’s group is forming life-changing friendships God has prepared a rich set of relationships with the people we meet in online communities, but investing in those relationships as real, significant parts of our lives is challenging. The first barrier is authenticity – how do we include our spiritual lives without breaking trust […]

Al Erisman – Navigating a Technologically Infused Society

While some of us are engaged in building new technology devices and systems, all of us are affected by technology. Technology enters our personal lives, our organizational lives, and it shapes our society. Some argue it goes further than this, taking over each of these arenas. The societal impacts may be the most subtle, introducing […]

Becky Pomerleau – Life’s Not Fair: Dispelling the Urban Legend of a Deserving Heart Attack Victim

Recently at the age of 34, Becky nearly lost her life to a rare cause of heart attack, Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD). While 40% of heart attacks in women under the age of 50 are a result of SCAD, the causes of SCAD remain unknown, and women continue to be underrepresented in cardiac research. […]

Danny Kim – How to get downloads from God

From the example of George Washington Carver who was able to get a “download” from God to innovate the secrets of the peanut, how can we as technology, business and education professionals get downloads from God? This session will provide personal examples from a 30 year old tech startup working with the largest companies in […]

Anna Stamborski – White ≠ Right:

The Problem With Marrying Your Culture and Theology and Steps to Broaden Your View on the Gospel and God The goal of this talk is two-fold. The first is to acknowledge the danger in masking a specific, culturally-biased theology as ‘mainstream’/’correct’ (i.e., euro-centric theology in America) and how a culturally-centric theology can stunt one’s relationship […]

Nancy Yuen – Googleyness, God and me: Authenticity @ Work

When I arrived at Google, I was intimidated in sharing my faith in an outward manner and feared Google’s motto of “bring your whole self to work.” The concept of understanding what it meant to be a “Googley” Googler was my pursuit for the 1st year and how it would support or conflict with my […]

James Kelly – How to Build a Faith and Technology Movement

“I don’t know my place in the church.” It was only two years ago I heard this sobering phrase over and over from some of the most brilliant tech wizards in the world. Since, I have been on a quest to solve this very problem. It took me into a brand new emerging world – […]

Ryan Gray – Love Who You Are and What You Have; and You will Change the World

Will you live up to your potential? Will you change the world today, tomorrow or the next day? I used to live as a stereotypical Christian male. Then something changed in my life. I felt unfulfilled, dissatisfied, under-utilized and under challenged. I blamed everyone and everything, until I realized that I had only myself to […]

Rijo Simon – Global Missions needs Engineers

As a college freshman, God displayed delight in my basic HTML skills to create a website, which had ~10K monthly unique visits (and the third most unique visits) from Saudi Arabia. This talk sheds light on the existence of many low-hanging problems in global mission fields, which await God-loving engineers for solutions. If we are […]