Our Founder, Mark Johnson, felt called to serve God’s church but didn’t feel called to serve as a pastor in the traditional form. With an expertise in church systems and technology, he formed Computers In Ministry in 1996, as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit designed to bridge the gap for ministries that could not afford the high cost of commercial technology services. Computers in Ministry would help these organizations leverage technology to accomplish their ministry goals. His dream from the beginning has been to help ministries align appropriate and affordable technology solutions with their objectives.

God has called us to be in community with one another and we believe that call includes serving each other through community. Computers In Ministry’s shared services model brings broad level of professional technical expertise and experience with a Kingdom focus. Together, we help each Ministry Partner develop an IT Roadmap, implement stable and effective solutions, within budget to carry out their mission. From the beginning Computers In Ministry has been built on long-term ministry partnerships. Over the last 20+ years, we have partnered with more than 100 nonprofit Christian ministry organizations in three primary regions of Colorado, Indiana, Arizona as well as throughout the country and with world-wide impact.


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