Using the latest technology, we help people actively engage with the Bible through incredibly powerful immersive experiences, starting with virtual reality (VR) ... and then leading the way wherever technology heads in the future.
VLB is a non-profit organization championing cutting-edge innovations that bring fresh visual Bible content to life. We believe the Bible to be the inspired, authentic, and authoritative Word of God.
Our desire is to expand the boundaries for how people can explore and experience the Bible as it comes alive visually for our generation and the next.
In this epic virtual reality game, you are a young shepherd boy on a journey … first to protect your sheep from wolves and bears and then to protect your nation from its fiercest foe: Goliath. Are you strong enough and brave enough to be a GIANT Slayer?!?Watch Trailer Buy On Steam VR Visit Website
A veteran software developer, Bill Issler is also the founder of VLB, Industry Lift, and Virtuous VR Gaming, for which he also serves as CEO. He started VVRG in 2019 to create and support high-quality, family-friendly projects that are not only fun to play, but can also impact lives and society for good. Bill started the VLB Group (Visually Linked Bible) as a non-profit organization that uses innovative technology to promote meaningful visual experiences to enhance Bible engagement. Bill spends his time finding and developing ways to give back to the world around him. The core purpose behind each of his current endeavors is to uplift others.Close
“To assist those who assist the Kingdom” is Kevin Nguyen’s personal life-mission statement. Before earning a Ph.D. in Education and Leadership at Biola University, Kevin’s career was predominantly in corporate management at Fortune 500 companies. In addition to his leadership role with VLB, Kevin has helped guide leadership development at world-renowned faith-based organizations; first at Saddleback Church and now at Mariners Church. He serves on Mariners’ executive leadership team with oversight in guest assimilations, talent development, mobilization, and expansion. In addition, Kevin is part of the faculty at several higher-education institutions, teaching graduate students in organizational leadership and people development.Close
A well-respected strategy consultant, DJ currently works both with VLB and with the American Bible Society as the Technical Registry Manager for their Bible Registry, a new top-level domain for all things Bible. DJ actively connects with leaders in the Bible and tech spaces through the Future Bible podcast and his blog at djchuang.com. He has worked with organizations like Worship Leader Magazine, Leadership Network, and the L2 Foundation developing leadership and legacy for Asian Americans. DJ is the author of MultiAsian.Church: A Future for Asian Americans in a Multiethnic World. He is a graduate of both Virginia Tech and Dallas Theological Seminary.Close
After 29 years in seminary classrooms, Klaus is an Emeritus Professor of Educational Studies and Theology at the Talbot School of Theology, Biola University. Klaus’ teaching and research focuses on how we learn and grow toward human flourishing—a process of spiritual formation and Christian discipleship for life and the workplace—as exemplified in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. He has authored various academic journal articles and eight books, including Wasting Time with God and Jesus, Money and Work. Prior to becoming a seminary professor, Klaus served on the pastoral staff of churches in Ohio, Michigan, and California. During 1980s, Klaus was a seminar instructor for Walk Thru the Bible.Close
A longstanding entertainment-marketing executive, Dan is a leader, entrepreneur, creative, and life-long learner. He earned a Master’s of Divinity degree while leading the marketing charge at Lyrick Studios, the distribution home at the time for beloved children’s properties including Barney, Bob the Builder, The Wiggles, and VeggieTales. Eventually, Big Idea (the creator of VeggieTales) brought in Dan to oversee all sales and marketing as Senior Vice President. After 25 years working for others in the entertainment industry, Dan founded an entertainment-marketing company and a film-distribution company. In addition to his role with VLB, Dan is working on more than a dozen of his own creative projects.Close
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