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Redeeming Places, Redemptive Engineering and Architectural Evangelism

A few months ago, Bob Bergmann, the Director of Design at Visioneering Studios, was interviewed at the North American Christian Convention. The interview is a great explanation of Visioneering’s passion for serving the church and how “Architectural Evangelism” supports a church tell their unique story.

Here is a little bit about Bob…he has an incredibly resume (he is too humble to share this…so I had to):

Bob has over a quarter century of award-winning experience bringing exceptional skills in architectural design and master planning to a broad range of projects in the Americas, Asia, Africa, and Europe. Bob received his architectural education at Oklahoma State University, and worked with an internationally renowned master/town planner at Klages Carter Vail and Partners for more than 20 years. As Principal Designer for AECOM Leisure Group, the hospitality division within the world’s largest multi-disciplinary A&E firm, Bob specialized in entertainment, institutional, and leisure destinations, serving major clients such as the Walt Disney Company, Landmark Entertainment, and Warner Brothers. His extensive background and project experience includes the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (Malaysia), the Disney Vacation Club prototype (Orlando, FL), Mauna Kea Resort (South Kohala, HI), the St Regis Monarch Beach Resort (Dana Point, CA), and Warner Brothers Movie World (Madrid, Spain). Bob has led Visioneering’s efforts in providing design and development services for third world mission projects through his personal involvement in Nepal, Latvia, and Ghana.

I am so proud to be a part of this team and to call Bob a friend. You will want to take the next several minutes to view this video. I wish you could all meet Bob personally and witness what our team, and hundreds of churches experience.  Bob’s professionalism, passion and total commitment to Christ and His church is infectious.