For many Christian techies, the extent of integrating their faith and work often ends at running PowerPoint slides at church worship services. But at the Rocky Mountain Hackathon, held Nov. 6-8 at Colorado Christian University, around 45 tech professionals had the opportunity to use their skills for the glory of God and collaboratively build technological solutions to real global challenges.
WorldVenture helped organize the Hackathon, in conjunction with Leadership Network and Code for the Kingdom, and with special thanks to Gloo, Church Community Builder, and Faith Comes by Hearing for event sponsorship. On Friday night, sponsors and other partners pitched challenges to attendees, who proceeded to form into groups based on projects that interested them. Some of these challenges included ways to disrupt sex trafficking with technology, helping people around the globe safely access the Bible in their own language, and fulfilling the needs in and around local communities using a new mobile app.
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