I Am Second

Inspiring people of all kinds to live for God and for others



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Reinald Freling@rfreling · Founder of CocoaMail
Religion is rarely talked about in the Tech scene (science and faith are supposed to be opposites, you know...). I'm glad that Christians are able to contribute in Tech too.
Seth WilliamsHunterHiring@sethbwilliams · Designer, Product Hunt
I Am Second is an incredible organization that is inspiring people to live for God and others through incredibly powerful and vulnerable videos and testimonials. It's a great place to learn more about people's encouraging stories as well as connect with others who are in a similar place in life.
Jordan Finnigan@jadojodo · Developer @ Dealer Inspire
For those unfamiliar with the video series behind this app, some highlights include Brian "Head" Welch of Korn
Whispering Danny -- a Kansas City tattoo artist --
and Bethany Hamilton --professional surfer--
Danny Richman@dannyrichman
Second to which god?
Seth WilliamsHunterHiring@sethbwilliams · Designer, Product Hunt
David Carpe@passingnotes · Thinker & Layabout
is there a reason why the App Store description makes no mention of God?
Seth WilliamsHunterHiring@sethbwilliams · Designer, Product Hunt
@passingnotes Good question. For the best description of what I Am Second is, check out their "about" page on their main site. http://www.iamsecond.com/about/
Jace Perry@jaceperry · Senior UX/UI Designer
@passingnotes I second that question.
Danny Richman@dannyrichman
@passingnotes because if it did, very few people would download it?
David Carpe@passingnotes · Thinker & Layabout
@dannyrichman that's what I was initially thinking, but really I imagine target users self select based on faith, so while it's not my cup of tea it would at least be like a keyword that resonates with an arguably enormous audience
Noah Kim@wuss · Blakbits.com in progress ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓░ 95%
@dannyrichman @passingnotes Isn't that the point? There's such a strong bias against religion these days, the idea to have your message heard before people pass judgement is pretty logical. The irony of our modern day enlightened and tolerant age is that it has a bad habit of being selective of who to be tolerant towards.