V3 Movement Blog

  • Re-Imagining Leadership with AJ Swoboda

    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 forward. At Praxis Gathering 2018, our fourth annual time together, we will plummet deep into the hands-on-work of Re-Imagining Leadership with unique emphasis on mutual

  • Questioning Paradigms

    The questions we ask ourselves will define our practices.  Think about the questions you ask either consciously or subconsciously and they will shed light on your daily, weekly, and yearly practices.  For example, we would probably all agree that the question “how do I live the most comfortably?” is a deep value of Western Culture. If this is the question

  • Free Webinar – Embracing Leadership Limits

    Leadership is a buzz word but we all know leading is unavoidable. Many of our current models for leadership highlight their communication skills, their strategic brilliance, or their theological acumen. Is this healthy for the soul of our leadership? What freedom might we find in living into Paul’s promise that in our weakness, God is strong? And are we willing

  • Praxis to Partner with Fuller Theological Seminar

    We here at V3 are excited about our partnership with Fuller Theological Seminary  at  The Praxis Gathering (September 27-29, 2018 in Philadelphia) this year. Fuller is an evangelical, multidenominational, international and multiethnic community dedicated to the equipping of men and women for the manifold ministries of Christ and his kingdom. With deep roots in orthodoxy and branches in innovation, we are

  • Does God Want Single People to Plant Churches? 

    Single church planters are like four-leaf clovers: we’re hard to come by. If you think about it, neither living the single life nor church planting is easy. It takes a certain special combination of maturity, character, grit, and giftedness to plant healthy churches, and it takes a particular blend of patience, faith, wisdom, and self-control to live the single life