Tech advances haven’t just made the world smaller—they’ve made it possible to go deeper than ever into Bible translation, interpretation, and even apologetics.
We’re talking about how the newest tech impacts the Church at the 2019 BibleTech Conference, coming to Seattle on April 11–12.
Across 30 presentations, you’ll hear from Bible experts, publishers, and developers about new ways that technology is empowering how we share God’s Word and grow our faith.
A few presentations we think you’ll want to attend:
- Alexa, What Does the Bible Say . . . ? by Peter Venable, information architect at Faithlife
- Better Together: Integrating Print + Digital for the Bible by Keith Williams and Dan Farrell of Tyndale House Publishers
- The Rise of Multimodality: Instascripture and a Shrinking Biblical Framework by Jennifer Miles, Faithlife product manager
- Light to the Nations: Multilingual Audio Visual Hebrew Reader by Benjamin and Shira Levy, founders of Bible in Hebrew
Not only will you have a chance to learn how the digital world affects our Christian faith but you’ll also be able to build relationships with others who care about the same things you do.
In fact, here’s how previous BibleTech attendees describe the conference:
I attended all the BibleTech conferences ever since 2008. These conferences, hosted by Faithlife, have given me opportunities to share my work as well as learning from the work all the other people are doing. I also met people who became my co-workers today. — Andi Wu
BibleTech’s talks from years ago still inspire me in my daily work. It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day, but BibleTech is an opportunity to pause, reflect, and see that all across the world, people like me are finding new ways to reach real people. — David Schwegler
BibleTech is such a great gathering of those who are using technology to take God’s Word to the world. Having attended the last three, it’s a conference I always circle on my calendar. I wouldn’t miss it! — LaRosa Johnson
Get in on the action at this year’s BibleTech conference. Register now to join us at BibleTech—but hurry, the window closes on 4/4!