Tech & the Christian
Being a digerati, I incorporate tech in my Christian walk
Here's Professor Hulk a fictional character co-created by the one Stan Lee. If you're a fan of Marvel Cinematic Universe, you'll get it.
List of tools and resources
Below is a non-exhaustive list of tools and resources I use plus causes/ initiatives that, in my view, are using tech notably to advance the Kingdom of God. I hope they prove insightful if not useful.
Here you'll find volunteer opportunities, apps and software you can use, communities you can join and causes you can support.
Your own version of the Bible
The Bible in animated videos
An app plus downloadable pdf to guide you to read through the Bible in a year
Scripture Labs (A deeper study by Read Scripture)
Daily Prayer, Bedtime stories
Allows faith-based communities and non-profits to sell premium audio
Bible app (YouVersion), released a prayer feature hence I don't use pray.com any more.
Well documented API claiming to offer the largest collection of Bibles available
Look at the Book6.
Learn to read the Bible for yourself
The Digital Bible library7.
Maintained by the United Bible Societies, this is the global repository for scripture translations
Every Tribe Every Nation8.
With a vision to make God’s Word accessible to all people by 2033; Eradicating Bible poverty
See what it takes to translate the bible.
They ask an intriguing question: What if we could do more for God’s Kingdom while spending less on resources? Photographers, developers, intercessors among others can get involved.
Top 30 Resources for Christian Hackathons10.
Some of these are specifically for these kind of hackathons but others cut across the board.
11. Open Source Church software
Listed in this gist on GitHub
12. Future dot Bible
The Top Level Domain (TLD), .BIBLE has been there for a while. Future.Bible is a podcast from the creators of the TLD. You can get your own domain here.