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Henry grew up in Johns Creek and attended youth group at ACCCN. His parents still go to ACCCN. He went to Georgia Tech for ISYE, and moved to NYC to work at Adobe. He has since quit his job at Adobe to be a maintainer at Babel.
Henry has given talks around the world at many tech conferences. He most recently started a podcast to start talking about the faith in public to the tech industry.
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8:00pm- 9:30pm, Sat, Aug 29, 2020
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Youth Open House Powerpoint: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Y5zJqKjU58c9S4tQxRK04D3fqE6Eo8Q1/view?usp=sharing
"American Society through the Lens of the Pandemic - 60-day journey serving at the CDC Emergency Operation Center" By Dr. Ding
2020 is special and unusual for all of us. The unprecedented pandemic has impacted everyone. Nobody can escape it. The pandemic reveals the racism and social injustice among American society. The chaos and rattling surrounding us reflect people’s minds and hearts. We are fortunate to have many in our church with "boots on the ground." This Friday one of our church members will share their impact of serving 60 days at the CDC emergency operation center, an experience beyond verbal description. The data presented will wake you up and reminded you of our responsibility as believers and God’s children.
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