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7 Ways to Connect Faith and Work (and Why it Matters)

Here are 7 ways to connect faith and work. None of them are meant to be pitted one against another, or to prioritize one as more or less important. As this applies to technology, we might also think about the different ways we interact with technology: As a creator As...

TheoTech 2020 Update (and how you can be part of it!)

TheoTech 2020 Update (and how you can be part of it!)

Hi Friends! We shared this update on the TheoTech newsletter and wanted to post it here as well. What we did in 2019 Last year we produced 10 podcast episodes. One highlight was my talk on A Second Reformation which had 437 social media shares and a video on Language...

A Second Reformation?

A Second Reformation?

Technology has created the opportunity to communicate more broadly, while people are beginning to discover that vocation means serving God in all of life. Every person in every sphere of society can live out their calling from God. What would it look like around the...

Pray for Tech (Seattle)

Pray for Tech (Seattle)

Hi Friends, we just wanted to share about a new initiative we've been experimenting with called Pray for Tech. I share about it in this video or you can read more below.   We recently hosted our third "Pray for Tech" gathering in South Lake Union...

Activating Christians in Tech: Seattle’s Code for the Kingdom Hackathon

Activating Christians in Tech: Seattle’s Code for the Kingdom Hackathon

Seattle Christians in tech! We are gathering March 9th-10th at Northwest University for Code for the Kingdom 2018 and it’s going to be awesome:

Developers, designers, entrepreneurs, creative individuals from all disciplines, investors, non-profits, and churches, will design and create new ways to tackle challenges confronting our society, our communities, and our lives from a Christian perspective.

Come join! You can register here (it’s free).

Accelerating the gospel through technology

The name of this site, TheoTech originally stood for a Theology of Technology, referencing a community of believers in Amazon who wanted to think through the implications of Scripture on their creative acts as technologists and the impact of technology on their...

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