#HACK Impact

Depuis 2016, l'Indigitous #HACK sert de point de ralliement à ceux qui ont des talents dans l'espace numérique.

A propos de nous

4,300

Participants

41

Les pays

210

Les villes

6

Années

Participation mondiale de #HACK2020

20

Argentine

20

Allemagne

114

Indonésie

22

Thaïlande

23

Australie

15

Hong Kong

23

Afrique du sud

17

Ouganda

67

Philippines

68

Singapour

141

USA

12

Kenya

70

Côte d'Ivoire

10

Panama

17

Inde

78

Nigeria

37

Mozambique

145

Éthiopie

24

Togo

17

Cameroon

4

Lesotho

6

RDC

8

Zambie

En un coup d'œil:

Chaque année depuis 2016, des hackers du monde entier se sont réunis pour collaborer sur des projets missionnaires visant à résoudre les problèmes affectant leurs communautés.

#HACK2016
1,426 Participants
28 Sites
#HACK2017
674 Participants
42 Sites
#HACK2018
600+ Participants
30 Sites
#HACK2019
1,100 Participants
37 Sites
#HACK2020
1,088 Participants
52 Sites

#HACK2021

Le plus grand hackathon missionnaire mondial du monde revient en octobre.

Histoires du #HACK

Toutes les 4 300 personnes qui ont participé à #HACK depuis 2016 ont leurs propres histoires - des histoires de vies changées, de problèmes résolus et de Jésus fait connaître. Voici juste un aperçu de ce que Dieu a fait à travers Indigitous #HACK.

A team in New Zealand created an Augmented Reality (AR) experience for a local church’s Christmas drive-through service, so people who visit can get an enhanced worship experience.

AR Chrismas Drive Thru

A team in New Zealand created an Augmented Reality (AR) experience for a local church’s Christmas drive-through service, so people who visit can get an enhanced worship experience.

Only a fraction of 1% of missions spending goes to unreached people groups. How can a missionary in Bangladesh raise support when there are only a handful of believers in his city?  Teams in Melbourne and Sydney collaborated to create a trusted network for connecting ministry workers to supporters. The platform connects trusted users to…

Godsend

Only a fraction of 1% of missions spending goes to unreached people groups. How can a missionary in Bangladesh raise support when there are only a handful of believers in his city? 

Teams in Melbourne and Sydney collaborated to create a trusted network for connecting ministry workers to supporters. The platform connects trusted users to each other through a chain of network connections. Through these connections, donors can engage with workers they would not otherwise have access to. Workers can find ministry support from those they would normally not have contact with. Ministry funding and support can be targeted to where it is needed most.

“By building these trusted networks and connections, we facilitate more pathways to connect those in the harvest with those wanting to support them,” says city lead Joshua Montzka.

The Journey App is an interactive Bible curriculum designed to encourage and support discipleship relationships between those with a relationship with Christ and those within the “movable middle.”  The app provides users a multi-step journey that culminates in connection with a mentor and community of believers, becoming a disciple-maker, and more. The app is intended…

Journey App

The Journey App is an interactive Bible curriculum designed to encourage and support discipleship relationships between those with a relationship with Christ and those within the “movable middle.” 

The app provides users a multi-step journey that culminates in connection with a mentor and community of believers, becoming a disciple-maker, and more. The app is intended to make it easier to lead someone through Scripture and disciple them.

Participants across North America collaborated online on a different solution to the same problem. They created an interactive map experience to answer the questions non-Christians and nominal Christians have when they search online. Through storytelling, a few supplemental videos, articles, and Scriptures, the map is designed to direct and increase their engagement with the Bible.

Living Atlas

Participants across North America collaborated online on a different solution to the same problem. They created an interactive map experience to answer the questions non-Christians and nominal Christians have when they search online. Through storytelling, a few supplemental videos, articles, and Scriptures, the map is designed to direct and increase their engagement with the Bible.

A group in #HACK Argentina worked on a series of seven videos intended to lead people who received Christ online into the next steps of their spiritual journey, including joining a spiritual community and joining a local church. Meanwhile, another team worked on a program to prevent suicidal tendencies online.

Journey Together

A group in #HACK Argentina worked on a series of seven videos intended to lead people who received Christ online into the next steps of their spiritual journey, including joining a spiritual community and joining a local church. Meanwhile, another team worked on a program to prevent suicidal tendencies online.

Began at #HACK2019, Yo Quien Soy uses a temperament quiz. People who take the quiz are given results about their own identity. That is connected with the Gospel by showing, through clips from the JESUS film, how Jesus embodies the perfect model of that temperament. Users get to know more about themselves, see how Jesus…

Yo Quien Soy

Began at #HACK2019, Yo Quien Soy uses a temperament quiz. People who take the quiz are given results about their own identity. That is connected with the Gospel by showing, through clips from the JESUS film, how Jesus embodies the perfect model of that temperament. Users get to know more about themselves, see how Jesus is like them, and see a relevant Gospel presentation.

“People are in a constant search, wanting to know who they are, their reason for existing, and how they can improve aspects of their character,” says city lead Selegna Diaz. “This is an opportunity to share who they are, but from a Biblical perspective.”

The Prayer Walk App was originally conceived to track prayer walking in the city of Coventry, England, with the goal of covering every street in the city with prayer. During #HACK2021, participants expanded that focus to the entire UK.  Users are able to log into the web application, earmark a road, and then mark it…

Prayer Walk App

The Prayer Walk App was originally conceived to track prayer walking in the city of Coventry, England, with the goal of covering every street in the city with prayer. During #HACK2021, participants expanded that focus to the entire UK. 

Users are able to log into the web application, earmark a road, and then mark it as complete as they walk the road and pray for those on it. Using a Strava-style heat map, users can see what streets have been prayed for and view the overall prayer activity of the city.

“The app has already had a great impact,” says #HACK London city lead James Doc. “It encourages more people to pray for their neighborhoods and communities. I’ve heard people become more aware of the needs of where they live and gain deeper compassion for it.”

Participants in Uganda helped create an automated digital version of a program that LIFE Ministry Uganda uses to train disciples to build spiritual movements of multiplying disciples. The training has traditionally been done in person in a classroom setting, which hasn’t been possible since the pandemic hit. Over the #HACK weekend, participants created a digitally…

New Life Training Curriculum

Participants in Uganda helped create an automated digital version of a program that LIFE Ministry Uganda uses to train disciples to build spiritual movements of multiplying disciples. The training has traditionally been done in person in a classroom setting, which hasn’t been possible since the pandemic hit. Over the #HACK weekend, participants created a digitally automated version of the program to help scale the training.

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Rapport du #HACK2020