A Year of Quitting

One year ago, on April 7, 2019, a small group of us met in an old schoolhouse with hearts intent on quitting. You may not have been following our efforts very closely, or realized that we're a bunch of quitters. So we thought now would be a good time to explain everything in a bit more detail.

Debugging your Faith

As software developers, debugging our code is an every day occurrence. As followers of Jesus, what does debugging our faith look like? Even though COVID-19 has canceled our meetup, consider these thoughts on bugs in our faith.

A Single Point of Failure

The War on Christmas is the direct result of a single point of failure embedded in God's plan. Single points of failure are to be avoided if you're building software. So, why would God do that, and what does it teach us this Christmas season?

Scripture Driven Software

Often we do things because "that's just the way we've always done it". But there is a paradigm shift in the sphere of faith that requires we recalibrate our thinking. What does it look like when God's Word instructs and guides software development?

Level Zero

Software projects often start unimpressively. This is level zero. Thankfully, by the time the product launches, level zero has been obscured by many refinements. The Faith Sourced project is at level zero. But before we get overwhelmed, we find encouragement in what what level zero looks like in our lives and what God does with that.