What’s Possible: Thoughts from the Truth and Reconciliation Summit

by Emiliana Martin PT’17 Speaker It was a beautiful Saturday morning when nearly 30 participants attended the Truth and Reconciliation Summit last month at Crossroads Church located in Palo Alto, Calif.  Worship was simple, i.e., led by a joyful voice, a worship leader with a heart to praise and worship our Father. He led us…

To Be or Not to Be…a Digital Product

One of the most frightening thoughts is to have your very identity stolen.

Why Unity, Why Now

Racial division has been at the core of American society since its inception.

A Word from Sherol

Dear Passion Talks Community,

Seven years ago, we started Passion Talks with the simple idea of unity. An opportunity for exceptional individuals to unite together through sharing their passions with a community of peers.

Truth and Reconciliation Summit

Passion Talks invites you to participate in a Truth and Reconciliation Summit on the morning of Saturday, January 13, 2018 at Crossroads Community Church, 2490 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA.

Passion Talks 2018 is coming!

Passion Talks 2018 dates have been set. Mark your calendars for August 10th and 11th. We are committed to bringing you thought provoking dialogue at the intersection of passion and faith.

Passion Talks 2017 Registration Opens and Keynote Announced

Nancy Ortberg, CEO of Transforming the Bay with Christ, will be keynoting Passion Talks at Google. Submissions are now under review by the committee and the complete list of accepted talks will be announce in the next couple weeks. To see the early acceptances click here. Registration is now opened for the August 5th conference….

Early Acceptances for Passion Talks 2017

Here’s a sample of the early acceptances for Passion Talks 2017. We are doing a last call for talk submissions. For more information on the conference, click here. Join us on August 5th for the main event! ARTS and SCIENCE: Music, Chemistry, Community, and Data Science Music, chemistry, community, and data science may seem like disparate…