Douglas Vos – Chief Executive Officer
Over 25 years of experience in the information technology industry. Founded the Christian Computer Users Association (CCUA, Inc.) in 1983 and served as editor of Christian Computer News. Worked for Electronic Data Systems (EDS / now part of Hewlett-Packard) from 1988 to 2008, gaining a broad range of experience in business and information technology.
Doug has a BRE degree in Anthropology, Bible and Linguistics from Kuyper College (formerly Reformed Bible College) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He has been a member of Oakland Hills Community Church (OPC) in Farmington Hills, Michigan for over 20 years, and has been serving as an ordained deacon at Oakland Hills for most of those years.
Daniel Vos – Lead Web Developer
“I’m a graduate of Washington and Lee University, where I was an active member of Reformed University Fellowship. Today I live in Roanoke, Virginia with my wife and our three little blessings, where we are members of Christ the King Presbyterian Church (PCA).
“My goal with every church website project is to ensure that the people who visit your church website have a delightful experience. When a visitor has a positive first experience with your website, they are more likely to keep coming back to the website.
“As I build your church website, my prayer is ultimately to see your website visitors showing up at your weekly services and becoming more and more plugged-in to the ordinary means of grace.”
The Story behind Our Name
The name “Five More Talents” comes from the Parable of the Talents which Jesus told his disciples (Matthew 25:14-30). In this parable, Jesus condemns the slothful servant who tried to play it safe, but praises the two diligent servants who took risks for the sake of growing the investments in their Master’s estate.
We are convinced that diligence and shrewd risk-taking are the keys to running an effective church website, just as they are in the Christian life. We aim to make church websites which help your church attract thirsty souls to the place where they find the “living water” Jesus gives.