V3 Movement Blog

  • How to Measure Discipleship Effectiveness

    As a (half-hearted) Indianapolis Colts fan, it pains me to admit that Tom Brady is one of the best quarterbacks of all time. The interesting thing about Tom Brady, though, is that everyone almost missed him. He was drafted 199th overall as a 4th-string quarterback (hardly any NFL teams have 4th-string quarterbacks). He almost didn’t make it into the NFL! One of

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  • Re-Imagining Leadership with Deb Hirsch

    The Praxis Gathering 2018 is pleased to announce that Deb Hirsch, Australian-born writer and speaker, will be joining us to Re-Imagine Leadership this year. Deb is a beloved addition to our list of presenters and speaks from a place of experienced and practiced wisdom. She is among the best on-the-ground church planters and practitioners to furnish us with the possibilities for

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  • Holding Space in the Midst of Tragedy: A Hard Story Part 1

    Holding space for people is part of the pastor’s job. But how do we, as pastors, hold space for others while taking care of ourselves? At what cost do pastors do this work? What happens to the pastor when we hold space (to focus on the healing of others) for those in times of hardship and pain? I wish I

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  • Re-Imagining Leadership with Keisha Polonio

    We are thrilled to have Keisha Polonio join us at The Praxis Gathering as we Re-Imagine Leadership in a New World together. It has become daily news to see leaders abuse their power or observe their character crumble. In the last few decades we’ve baptized business practices and hierarchical structures—it has ravaged the soul of the Church. We need another way

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  • Praxis to Partner with Reliant

    We here at V3 are excited about our partnership with Reliant at The Praxis Gathering (September 27-29, 2018 in Philadelphia) this year. We think they are an incredible resource for church planter fundraising and we encourage all our planters to check them out. Get to know them a bit here and be sure to follow @ReliantMission on Twitter! Fundraising Support for Church Planters Reliant has been

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