Greg Gudorf

Greg Gudorf

With 22 issued patents in networked technology and consumer electronics, Greg’s skills span retail, distribution, manufacturing and innovation development in leadership positions at Sony Electronics, Technicolor, MGO.com, General Instrument (Motorola) and Digeo-Moxi (a Paul Allen venture).

As the current CEO of eSalt Media Technologies (PureFlix.com) Greg leads the team delivering a “Faith & Family” streaming video service focused on the Pure Flix mission of “influencing culture for Christ through media”.

As founder of The Gudorf Group, Inc., Greg also works directly with Start-Ups, Innovations, and Re-Starts providing advisory, strategic planning, business development and product management support in consulting and advisory roles.

Greg has served as a business mentor with San Diego’s Chairmen’s Roundtable, a student mentor for the University of Phoenix, and as a general aviation pilot for the Young Eagles Flight program introducing youth to aviation.

A published author and a member of Toastmasters International, Greg resides in San Diego, California.

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Updated on December 13, 2017 by Greg Gudorf

4 Daily Devotions Ideas for Teens

It can be tough to navigate the teen years - both for parents and teenagers. When it comes to their faith, finding content that speaks to them in their unique stage of life is important. Amid school, friends, and self-discovery, promote a spirit of calmness by asking your teen to spend a few minutes of every day with God. Help your teens strengthen their faith with these daily devotionals.

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Updated on December 11, 2017 by Greg Gudorf

Need a Dependable Source for Clean Family Movies? Look No Further!

Family movie night is a great way to bring everyone together after a busy day. It should be a time for fun and relaxation – not for parental stress trying to explain inappropriate remarks or adult situations to young kids. Unfortunately, content on most streaming services isn't safe for kids. There’s no way to filter what your kids can access, or to guarantee that the latest “family comedy” episode is appropriate.

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Updated on December 9, 2017 by Greg Gudorf

Serving Others Amid Tragedy

What acts of service are helpful when a friend is in need of comfort? As Christians, we are called to, “Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep” (Romans 12:15, ESV). While the Apostle Paul says we shouldn’t always show up at a friend’s house to cry with them, he does imply that it’s our responsibility to comfort those experiencing tragedy.

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Updated on December 6, 2017 by Greg Gudorf

3 Things You Should Know About Christian Counseling

Are you feeling overwhelmed with the stress of the holidays and the year-end scramble? Are you considering seeking help from a counselor or therapist? Although this can feel intimidating at first, Christian counseling can be one of the best decisions you can make. As a Christian seeking answers, guidance, or support, the right counseling can provide clarity and so much more. No matter what you are currently struggling with, scheduling a session with a Christian counselor can help you get back on track. Get the most out of your sessions with these tips.

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