Indigitous is about using our talents for God in the digital space. We are a global community engaging with ideas and each other to advance God’s Kingdom through innovation.
INDIGENOUS + DIGITAL
Our name comes from the fusion of two ideas important to us. Indigenous because it reflects our desire for locally-generated strategies that work in each generation, language and culture. Digital because we believe digital tools, resources, platforms and strategies can accelerate God’s mission.
Read our Statement of Faith. Towards the fulfillment of the Great Commission, we believe we must help resource Christians and organizations everywhere to:
Offer multiple online opportunities to follow Jesus and become a multiplying disciple.
Lead through planting groups, ministries, churches, or networks of Christians where none currently exist.
Help disciples and teams to find, use, create and share digital media, tools and strategies in effective ways.
Collaborate with others across God’s global kingdom.
INDIGITOUS CONNECTS YOU TO:
People on a common mission
Strategies that are effective
Projects on the cutting-edge of missional innovation
Community Code of Conduct
In becoming an Indigitous community member, you acknowledge:
- We join Indigitous to learn, grow, collaborate and bless others.
- We do not promote personal agendas (whether private, professional or political).
- As Christians participating with Indigitous, we see ourselves as part of the same Body and therefore seek to play well together. (See our Statement of Faith)
- Dissenting views need to be expressed respectfully.
- Please contact others on the platform, but refrain from broad spamming of the community.
Read all of our Community Guidelines, including the terms for Indigitous #HACK, here. Indigitous was founded by Cru. We are energized by collaboration with the great organizations below.
The Indigitous Leadership Team
Liam Savage works to make emerging technology accessible to the global church, and the global church relevant for children and youth. He serves on the innovation team at OneHope, bringing a background in theology, art, design thinking and entrepreneurship to his projects.
Reach out to Liam if you want him to ask hard questions and make you do more work, but overall, push you towards better design.
Email: Liam at indigitous.org
Simon Seow is a co-founder of Indigitous living in Singapore. Part worship leader, part chief catalyst for the Indigitous movement, Simon gives leadership to Indigitous’s In-person Community Experience (ICE).
Reach out to Simon if you are interested in starting or growing an Indigitous community in your area.
Email: Simon at indigitous.org
Jeyanti was born in London and after a few years as a headhunter for the healthcare sector, served as Corporate Partnerships Manager for The Prince’s Trust (Prince Charles’ charity). At The Prince’s Trust, she partnered with a number of organizations to raise millions of pounds used to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK. She then led corporate fundraising at The Challenge, a national charity which helped up-skill and employ young people through volunteerism, in collaboration with Mayor of London. She moved to Singapore in 2015, and with her husband Janakan leads Oikos, a international tech start-up that makes apps to help followers stay connected. Their mission is to create new, beautiful, inspiring technologies that accelerate the Great Commission. Jey gives leadership to Indigitous’s Partner and Recruit Onboarding (PRO).
Reach out to Jeyanti if you are interested in partnership or coordinating an event with Indigitous.
Email: Jey at indigitous.org
Jeremy serves as Editor-In-Chief for Indigitous.org. He has a love for creativity and the arts, particularly writing, music and photography. Jeremy gives leadership to Indigitous’s Digital, Retention, Interaction, Value, and Experience (DRIVE). He is passionate about helping community members connect with each other online and connect with ways to use their talents for God in the digital space.
Reach out to Jeremy if you need help connecting in online community, have questions about our digital experiences, or if you would like to contribute content (blog posts, resources, etc.) to Indigitous.org.
Email: Jeremy at indigitous.org