V3 Movement Blog

  • Our Partners Who Share in the Excitement of V3

    Birthing a church planting movement is not a solo venture. It requires the ability to form partnerships with people and organizations that reflect your values and passions. Since the conception of our learning cohorts four years ago, we have been grateful for the amazing partners that God has given us. Let me introduce you to some of them to you and

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  • The Task of the Tribal Insider

    Every day, hundreds of sleek, double decker buses hit the streets of San Francisco, driving 10,000 Silicon Valley tech workers to and from home. As soon as they step onto these Wi-Fi enabled buses, they are able to start their workdays, and many also find community during their rides to Google, Facebook, Apple and other companies. Many eat breakfast at

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  • Behind the Scenes with 2 Women in Ministry Leadership

    V3 was able to ask cofounders Taeler Morgan and Becci Curtis-Lillie about their church, Gather|Tacoma, in Tacoma. This is what they had to say about ministry and church planting. Meet Taeler Morgan Tell us a little about yourself, your hobbies and your calling to plant a church. I’m a Southern California native, married to my favorite person, Tim, for the

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  • Experiencing the Sacred at Sundance (Theology at the Theater, Part 3)

    In the previous blog of this series, I discussed using the lectio divina as a way to approach the theology of film through a process I call cinematographeum divina. While this idea wasn’t fully developed until after my trip to Sundance, I had the opportunity to work through most of the steps, because I approach much of my life in

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  • How to Make Waves: A 10-Year Plan for Discipleship

    The future is changing at warp speed. What that means for the church is that we have to be on our toes, ready to engage whatever culture emerges in these next 10 years. This means inviting the Spirit of God to ignite our imaginations, to create whole new forms of life-making, change-making and church-making. This means engaging new challenges and opportunities of changing

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