Are you coming to #OpenSource11?

The event is part of the Pentecost Festival (as is TeaTime for Change).

Pentecost Festival is arts, music and drama, it’s comedy, sport and film, it’s debates and discussions. Its a celebration of the diverse communities in London and an opportunity for people to discover more about Jesus. It offers something for everyone and everyone is invited regardless of age, faith or cultural background.

including Being Salt & Light in the (Online) World (with @drbexl)

Matthew 5:13-16 calls for Christians to be salt and light in the world. Our world now includes a vast digital space, in which many have comfortably taken up residence, but which others need real encouragement to visit.

Building upon LICC’s notion of the 24/7 Christian, The Big Bible Project seeks to encourage and enable more Christians and churches to be able to be included in the digital space, therefore facilitating the creation of positive Christian materials online.

The why is, it seems, clear, but we need to think about the ‘who’, ‘what’, ‘where’ and ‘when’ of social media to ensure its effectiveness, as we build a collection of positive exemplars.

What is #OpenSource11?

Open Source is a forum dedicated to connecting people who meet at the crossroads of technology and theology. So expect deep insight from people who dabble in doctrine and major in robotics, geniuses who write philosophy during the week and design software at the weekend.

Convinced already? Go right in and book!

About bigbible

The #BigBible Project. Educating in the digital spaces, creating 'bigger Bible conversations' between #digidisciple(s). Look out for #bigread14.