The Game Changers Summit, held Sept. 3-5 in Nashville, Tenn., addressed how information and communications technology (ICT) can be used to help parts of the world left behind by the technological revolution.
Participants heard from globally-renowned leaders about how to solve problems in education, wellness, and community development by leveraging the world's growing access to cell towers, Internet and hardware.
Explore the stories below to learn more about the life-enhancing and life-saving potential of technology and how your congregation can become part of this innovative, technology-based mission.
Grab your cell phone in typhoon, flood, or war
When disaster strikes a community, cell phones and other communication aids can help with emergency response and recovery. Read More
Text messaging can be lifesaving
Technology such as mass text messaging can be lifesaving.
Leveraging information for development
Game Changers Summit draws people from nine countries to hear experts on how technology helps the social good." Read more
Meet the summit speakers
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