V3 Movement Blog

  • Learning From the Religious “Other”

    Meet Amos Yong, the child of missionaries in Asia, born to Pentecostal Christianity. Watch this video to hear how the plurality around him informed his experience of Christ, and his experience of life. To continue hearing from people of radically diverse backgrounds, talking about neighborhood, community and Christ, come to the Praxis Gathering 2017—but sign up soon, because the registration

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  • Praxis Gathering 2017: Meet Tim Soerens

    Praxis is happy to announce Tim Soerens will be joining us at the 2017 Gathering. Tim is a writer, social entrepreneur, ministry leader, and co-founding director of the Parish Collective. To learn how you can attend Praxis ’17, click HERE to access the late registration. About Tim Soerens Tim Soerens is a social entrepreneur, ministry leader, and co-founding director of the

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  • The Church as a Hermeneutic of the Gospel

    This article is a contribution from Daniel Im, who you can meet at Praxis 2017 by signing up HERE. Prices go up on 8/23. I remember walking through my college cafeteria with the Four Spiritual Laws in hand looking for people who might be interested in having a spiritual conversation with me. Sometimes I’d open up the conversation with, “If

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  • The Difficult Reality of Being Present in Your Neighborhood

    Passionate about loving and serving your neighborhood? Come to Praxis 2017! Sign up HERE. One night, within weeks after moving to our home in a neighborhood in South Philadelphia, my wife and I heard gunshots. Glancing out our bedroom window, I saw men cowering in fear in the parking lot across the street from our home.  A man lay bleeding

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  • Multicultural Church Planting in a Racially Divided America

    Violence at the recent white supremacists’ demonstration at Charlottesville, Virginia alarmed Americans of all races across our country.  I suspect many are surprised to learn that white supremacist, fascist and Nazi movements are all rapidly growing in America. Christians of all cultures are having to ask the important question: As followers of Jesus, how we can be agents of racial

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