Missions in our backyard
10, 16-18, 24 October 2020
Indigitous #HACK is a global missional hackathon for Christians happening in over 60 cities all around the world.
Come just as you are – your unique callings, passions and talents.
In this digital age, how can we use our talents to fulfil God’s call in our lives? Imagine a world where cutting edge technology is used to deliver hope and help to people, wherever they are.
Join hundreds of Christian technologists, creatives, missionaries, and students in a global missional hackathon happening at more than 60 locations around the world.
Thoughts from Past Participants
“The event reminded me that there can be unity without uniformity. It brought together people from different denominations, diff walks of life, cultures and talents. Further emphasised that the Gospel is what unites us believers first… and that as long as we come to love and know God for who He is, we’ll know how to love His people as He inspires us. #HACK was more than just a tech event for me.”
“The project I’m working is new, as are my team members, but I’m still glad that I didn’t miss this opportunity. I think the underlying heart behind every hackathon is to use technology to bridge and/or advance these social issues. We hope to raise awareness of these issues and connect those who are struggling with others who can help them overcome what they’re going through.”
“We signed up as a team of engineers, designers and computer scientists from Zion Serangoon Bible Presbyterian Church. I heard about Indigitous and was really keen to participate in it because it sounded really special because it was a Christian hackathon. There’s a very different emphasis and focus here and I can see that it’s not about coding for yourself. It’s about coding with love for people. That’s what sets it apart.”
“I think it’s a great start but to really be useful the projects should continue. One cool thing was that unlike other competitions, we were praying for the other teams to do well! We felt that we were all one big team building different aspects of one Kingdom we all share together. Such a sweet feeling of unity in heart.”
Behind every screen is a person, and that person is in need of the Gospel. May our hearts be open to see what God sees.