Webinar: Crowdsourcing Missions via Remote Work


Close to 5 billion people have access to the internet and people spend 7 hours on it per day. Come learn about how our skills and professions in this digital age are key to unlocking the potential for the Gospel to go to new peoples and places. When remote work enables us to support and supplement frontline missionaries and organizations, we can see how the 99 percent of the church body can be involved in new ways. Join us to hear about current strategies and technologies used in taking the Gospel to new people in new places.


Andrew Feng serves as the US Director for Indigitous which engages young leaders to use their giftedness beyond the four church walls. Andrew and his wife served abroad for five years where they adopted their special needs son. Andrew has a heart for the younger generation and continues to mentor them under Indigitous. Andrew holds a ThM and is a Fellow at Dallas Seminary. Prior to ministry, Andrew graduated from USC, interned at Yahoo and consulted for KPMG

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