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Today on The Techology Show:

Wayne Schmidt seminary.indwes.edu, @wkschmidt

Wayne is a 1979 graduate of IWU. He holds a Master’s Degree from Calvin Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Ministry degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. After college Wayne joined Dick Wynn in founding Kentwood Community Church in greater Grand Rapids, MI area. He served that church for over 30 years, leading it to become increasingly multiethnic as it grew to over 2600 in weekend attendance, and eventually planted ten churches which in turn gave birth to four “granddaughter” churches. In 2010 Wayne began his role as Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer for Wesley Seminary at IWU, giving strategic and operational leadership to the Seminary. Wayne has been married for over 32 years to Jan, who is a Professor at Taylor University. They together are blessed with three children and two granddaughters.

Anthony Caseyfacebook.com/acasey64

Heath Mullikinheathmullikin.com

Steve Stanleypastorses@gmail.com

Matthew Tietjematthewtietje.com

Download Episode 151 (mp3)




“We’re constantly evaluating our services. Since launching Google for Nonprofits as a consolidated offering last year, we’ve received feedback from many organizations and believe this change will allow us to help more organizations take advantage of Google services.” – Google spokesman Parag Chokshi explaining a change in Google’s Nonprofit services who’s guidelines had initially excluded numerous groups, including schools, political think tanks, churches, proselytizing groups, and any group that considered religion or sexual orientation in hiring decisions.

SOURCE: Christianity Today

“On the Origin of Species … uh … with … oh God.” – Richard Dawkins, when asked for the full title of Charles Darwin’s famous book (On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life). Dawkins was promoting a poll that found two-thirds of British Christians cannot name the first book of the New Testament.


“People think the market should offer cheap products; in the past they came at the cost of cheap labor in China and workers’ rest time and welfare. But now we all agree that things have to improve, and as an ethical manufacturer we must improve the welfare of employees.” – Jay Huang, chief financial officer of Taiwan’s Wintek, a maker of touch panels for Apple and other brands with annual revenues last year of some $3 billion.

SOURCE: Reuters

Coming up

April 11, 2012 Beth Peterson and Aaron Dowds – Okipe.org

April 25, 2012 Mark Wilson – Filled Up, Poured Out

May 2, 2012 Dr. Bob Bagley, Area Director Africa

Unconfirmed Date – Dr. H.C. Wilson, General Director of Global Partners