Making Digital Disciples

Some call them Millennials. Others the I-Gen. Born between 1982 – 2004. Here’s one description of them...

Millennials, and the generations that follow, ​are shaping technology. This generation has grown up with computing in the palm of their hands. They are more socially and globally connected through mobile Internet devices than any prior generation. And they don't question; they just learn.Brad D. Smith (CEO Intuit)

Many Millennials are technically-gifted and enmeshed in a world of computer languages like Python, Swift, HTML5, Java, etc. They are responsible for our devices serving us terabytes of entertainment, news, remote control services, home automation, and more. Many of them follow Jesus, and would love to use their interests and skills to reach others for Jesus Christ.

We have a ministry designed to engage followers of Christ and future Christians called IndigitousIndigitous is a global community engaging with ideas and each other to advance God’s Kingdom through technical innovation.

One Indigitous strategy is to host hackathons. From October 20-22, we will have the privilege of hosting our second Global Missional Hackathon called Indigitous #HACK! 2500+ missional hackers are gathering in 38+ cities around the world, developing digital disciplers who will work on missional projects.

Through your support of Lisa and me, you are helping to launch thousands of digital disciples whose heart is to help fulfill the Great Commission using their tech-genius skills.

P.S. If you know someone that could, would, should come to the #HACK, let them know about it. Send them the poster above and or send them this url https://indigitous.org/hack/.