Where are the â€œtheological developersâ€ in the church culture? This is not to say that any particular developer who is chosen by the Fellowship Network is not interested or passionate about theology of church, but canâ€™t we be a bit more focused on â€œpassionsâ€ for the church as much if not more so than we are about Rails or MVC proficiency?
Weâ€™re hiring talented developers â€” Are you one of them?
You are passionate about your work, and are opinionated about what it means to write good code. You are comfortable in a number of languages, particularly C# and HTML5. You make use of development frameworks, but can wield them as tools, not use them as a crutch.
I believe that to employ oneâ€™s gifts for the work of the church, one might also look at a mix of Mission and Developer Cred. I will have much more on this quite often, as this issue is quite front and center for me now. Is there a place for theological reflection/envisioning alongside of the tools that help us to be present in this social networking world?