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Programmers, Designers, Architects: Join Our Community at Reformed.tech

Reformed Forum has been blessed with many opportunities to serve Christ’s church. Since 2008, we have been producing and distributing Reformed theological content freely (both free and libre!) online. Over the years, we have developed tools and processes for making it easier to reach people with our resources in addition to the wealth of resources in the Reformed tradition.

We have many more ideas and a bold vision for the future. At times, I am overwhelmed by the opportunities. And that is where you come in. We need help. We need people to join our team, offering expertise and encouragement. And so, as a way of gathering our technically-minded people together, we’ve created Reformed.tech.

We’re in the early stages of cultivating this community. The possibilities are exciting, and we’d like you to connect with us to help shape our future. If you’d like to contact us privately, use the contact form. If an idea strikes your interest, comment on a blog post. Take a look at our projects on Github. One of our members just created a new repository this week! If you have a heart for the Church and a commitment to the Reformed tradition, we’d love for you to join us.

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