A four week program to solve real-world problems in Jesus’ name. Take a project from pitch to MVP in less than one month!
Wednesdays 5pm PST / 8pm EST, 2 | 9 | 16 | 23 June 2021
Here, you’ll find everything you need to make the most of the Sprint. Tools, resources, slide-decks and links to the Sprint platform are all here. This is your one-stop-shop for the keys to success in the Sprint, so keep checking back as we work through each week.
Slack will become a key communication tool for your team through the duration of the Sprint (and maybe beyond!). Look for your project with the channel #prj-yourprojectname to get together with your team.
Miro is a great whiteboarding tool that can be used by your team throughout the Sprint.
As you continue to prepare for the Sprint, here are two key actions for you:
Well done for getting to the end of week 1 – Discovery! This week, we heard the problem statements and formed our teams. Here you’ll find some tools to help you get from the problem statement to the build decision this is the aim of week 2.
Don’t forget to use Miro if you need a virtual whiteboard with your team – click below for this.
Here are the key tools to help you get from pitch to a precise problem for which you can prototype a solution in the 4 week Sprint.
Thanks for your energy and creativity to get from problems to build decisions. We hope the Lightning Decision Jam helped you in that process. Now is the time to build!
As you landed on your build decision yesterday, the next 10 days are crucial in moving toward prototype. Make sure you have:
Well done getting this far! As you continue to build, here is a recap of the awesome Praxis Labs redemptive frame – for more information on this, check out www.praxislabs.org.
As you consider your demo presentation this week, there are some key points you will want to convey to the Sprint community:
The clip below helpfully unpacks some of these for you – it’s 8 minutes well spent in learning about demo pitches.
Browse here and pray about which problem you’re passionate to solve.
How might we leverage technology to end social isolation and loneliness?
How might we create a scalable tech-enabled ministry model for Searching 4 Hope to meet the growing needs of an increasingly desperate world?
How might we help church leaders easily discover Sanctuary’s mental health resources through digital strategies?
How might we create AI-powered chat via an addiction aid website to enable people to find the right help in time?
How might we develop a goodwill marketplace for anyone who wants to make a global impact and be able to efficiently, effectively and seamlessly engage and offer their philanthropic resources to deliver goodness in the world.
How might we inject internet browsing, news feeds, and online articles with biblical hope and teaching resources?
How might we collect discipleship movement data where there are barriers of literacy, internet availability, tech skills, and security, within the movements?
How might we enable micro-financing to entrepreneurs who need the step-up in marginalized communities?
Keep checking back – we’ll be adding more before the Sprint.
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