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Meet with us in VR to discuss how Virtual Reality is being leveraged for the Kingdom.
June 25th at 9:00am PST

Join our June 25 meet-up and learn from a panel of five virtual reality thought leaders as we discuss how VR is being used for ministry in new and iterative ways, especially in this unique season of the coronavirus.  We will spend the second half of our time together in break-out groups led by each panelist diving deeper into conversation together.

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The Event Panel

John Dyer

John is the Dean of Enrollment Services and Distance Education at Dallas Theological Seminary; Adjunct Professor in Media Arts and Worship. He has written on the digital and virtual church and is also a member of VR Mission’s Theological Think Tank. John likes to say, “When I code, I can feel God’s pleasure.” This desire to glorify God by showing how our creativity is an important aspect of our role as image bearers, drives John’s work and teaching.

Alberto Carrillo

Alberto Carrillo is a digital animator and a lawyer from Costa Rica. He is currently preparing to serve in missions, and is a volunteer in organizations like Fedemec. His company, Tentmakers CR, develops virtual and augmented reality experiences for architecture, education and entertainment, and has collaborated in social projects with hospitals and high schools. Currently, they are collaborating with OM Latin America to mobilize believers to the mission field using VR stories.

Marc Krejci

Marc is a Seattle based interaction designer, currently leading a team around the non-gaming use cases of Virtual Reality at Oculus for Business. Previously, he served as the Pastor of Innovation at Venture Christian Church in Silicon Valley, building resources and coordinating regional faith-based hackathons and design sprints. Marc also serves on the board of FaithTech USA.

DJ Soto

Believing that faith is renewed as people engage with the good news of God’s love on new technology platforms, D.J. Soto began preaching in the world of virtual reality in 2016. He is now the lead pastor of Virtual Reality Church, a church that is intended to be radically inclusive and consistent with Christianity’s long history of adapting to new forms of media. VR Church is the first church to exist entirely in virtual reality.