Integrating Faith, Work & Tech


Course Overview

What does God think about technology? How does technology affect our faith and our daily lives, and even our identity? In this course, you will look at technology and your work with technology through the lenses of your habits, relationships, and the future, and see how technology has shaped the church throughout history. You’ll learn how these sources can help you join in God’s mission for the world. Walk with Kutter Callaway and Adam Graber as they journey with you into developing a faithful relationship with technology!

We estimate that this will take you 14.5 hours to complete (but not all in one sitting!).



Adam Graber

Adam (MA Digital Theology, BA Psychology) is a director at FaithTech and co-host of the Device & Virtue podcast. He’s written for Christianity TodayThe Bulwark, RelevantChrist and Pop Culture, and others. He’s been interviewed by the New York Times and been a guest on multiple podcasts. He worked in Bible publishing for over a decade and still gets Netflix DVDs by mail.


Kutter Callaway

Kutter Callaway is an assistant professor of theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary. He has been actively engaged in writing and speaking on the interaction between theology and culture—particularly film, television, and online media—in both academic and popular forums.


What can I expect from this course?
FULLER Equip Courses include videos, writings, articles, questions and exercises so that you can immediately apply what you learn to your work or context.

How can I use this in my group?
Each course has reflection questions and guides so that you can practice and discuss what you’re learning with your community.

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