AllThingsNew.Tech was founded by a group of people from Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are convinced that the Church needs a place to explore the intersection of technology and theology.

Life in the Silicon Valley is infused with an ardent optimism that technology will solve the world’s problems. We want to pursue the exciting innovations that technology has to offer without losing our Christian hope in the gospel of Jesus Christ to redeem and restore this world.

Check out the Introduction Video for an-depth overview!

Paul Taylor

Founder, Author
Paul Taylor has served as a Pastor at Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, CA in the heart of Silicon Valley since 2007. He graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Industrial Engineering and worked for Oracle Corporation as a Senior Product Manager designing software solutions. He is married to Rachel and has five teenage children. He feels convicted to help Christians engage thoughtfully with technology in light of what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ.

Joy Chiew

Director of Content
Joy is currently the Director of Content for All Things New. She holds a BA in Molecular Biology from Princeton University and graduate degrees in the biological sciences from the University of Pennsylvania and Stanford University. A newly converted technology ethics enthusiast, she is excited to engage in the growing dialogue on technology and theology. Among her many interests, she enjoys traveling, reading, and learning foreign languages.

Haley Holmlund

Director of Engagement
Haley Holmlund currently serves as the Director of Engagement for All Things New. In 2017, she graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Strategic Communication and is now working as the Communications Director for a nonprofit organization. During her time in college, she developed an interest in theology – and as a San Francisco Bay Area native, she is passionate about engaging in theology as it relates to technology. In her free time, she enjoys reading, graphic design, and drinking coffee.

Caren McNelly McCormack

Advisory Council
Caren McNelly McCormack serves as President and Co-founder of The Kilgoris Project (TKP), a network of schools in rural Kenya. TKP partners with local communities to bring holistic education to preschool and primary school children. She has a background in writing and high tech communications.

Paul Lee

Advisory Council
Paul is CEO and Co-founder of Threadloom, a startup working to fix how people get information on the Internet. Prior to founding Threadloom, Paul was a product manager at Google, and a consultant with Foundation Strategy Group and McKinsey. Outside of work, Paul has volunteered with the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative, World Relief, and International Justice Mission. Paul lives in Palo Alto with his wife and their two children.

Andrea Xu

Advisory Council
Andrea has resided in the Bay Area for 7 years but has mid-west roots from the suburbs of Chicago. Andrea works at Google, consulting retail businesses on their marketing and advertising strategies. She loves applying the truth of scripture to everyday real-world situations. Her passion is for the goodness of God to be known and hopes to be creative in revealing the love of Jesus Christ to our current culture.