Global Participation of #HACK2020
At a Glance:
Every year since 2016, hackers around the world have gathered to collaborate on missional projects aimed at solving problems affecting their communities.
The world’s largest global missional hackathon returns this October.
Stories From #HACK
All of the 4,300 people who have taken part in #HACK since 2016 have their own stories - stories of lives changed, problems solved, and Jesus made known. Here is just a glimpse of what God has done through Indigitous #HACK.
Indigitous started #HACK in 2016, not knowing how God w…
Indigitous Launches Largest Global Missional Hackathon
Indigitous started #HACK in 2016, not knowing how God would use the event. The results, from the first year until now, have shown God’s blessing on the event and participants.
God has written each person’s talents, interests, and p…
Participants in the Philippines Tackle Missional Challenges
God has written each person’s talents, interests, and passions into their story for a reason. For the coders, technologists, and creatives, Indigitous #HACK is one way to see God’s purpose in action.
What difference can one person really make? You’ve prob…
Bringing Their Five Loaves and Two Fish at #HACK Singapore
What difference can one person really make? You’ve probably thought that before. When more than 100 people gathered in Singapore for Indigitous #HACK, though, each person brought their own skills and passions. Though each person may not have felt they had much to offer, God was able to use their steps of faith in a big way.
The city lead for #HACK Chișinău decided to use the eve…
Sharing Jesus at #HACK Chișinău
The city lead for #HACK Chișinău decided to use the event not just to mobilize Christians for missions, but also to reach students who didn’t yet know Jesus. Through outreach, he helped people know God and helped Christians in attendance practice sharing their faith.
Though most people think of developers when they think …
A Writer Meets the Hacker in Her
Though most people think of developers when they think of hackathons, a writer hesitantly joined #HACK Manila, not sure if there would be anything for her to do. What happened changed the way she looks at hacking and her own place in missions.
When an IT consultant was invited to Indigitous #HACK i…
The Birth of an Indigitous Community in Nigeria
When an IT consultant was invited to Indigitous #HACK in Lagos, Nigeria, he felt called to bring the vision of using digital and technology to God to his own city. His steps of faith resulted in a #HACK event and ongoing community in Bauchi.
A team in Auckland, New Zealand felt called to bring th…
Students Bring Digital Bible Content To a Minority Language
A team in Auckland, New Zealand felt called to bring the Gospel to the Pukapuka language, a minority language in the Cook Islands. The animation project that was started at #HACK was continued by students at a Christian school.
A marketing professional in Manila had long felt torn b…
A Digital Marketer’s Journey To Ministry
A marketing professional in Manila had long felt torn between a desire to continue her career in marketing and a calling to serve as a missionary. After attending a local Indigitous #HACK event, she learned that she can do both, serving as a missionary through her marketing.