V3 Movement Blog

  • The Well: A Testimonial

    This is a story from our Learning Cohorts about a church planter named Dan Magan and his church, The Well, in Virginia. If you want to learn more about how you can partner with V3 for the church planting that you feel called to or are involved in, please click here to learn more about our Learning Cohorts. The Well is

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  • 6 Tips for Celebrating Earth Day

    It’s time to get ready for Earth Day. This important celebration April 22nd, is often neglected by our churches, but I think should be at the forefront on our yearly rhythms. God created us from the earth and for the earth. In Food and Faith: A Theology of Eating, theologian Norman Wirzba says: When we become strangers to the earth

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  • The Missional Potential of the Five-Fold

    Find out more about the Learning Cohort 2017 here:  This is JR Woodward explaining what God’s design might mean for you and your ministry. The five-fold method uses Ephesians 4 to show a beautiful outline for what our gifts could be for the church. “People aren’t given the gifts; they are the gifts.” Ephesians 4:7 shows a five-fold ministry profile, composed of apostles,

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  • Do Over: 5 Church-Planting Fixes

    I’ve been thinking a lot lately about do overs.  Any baseball fan knows that you often wish you could get another pitch.  In golf you call it a mulligan and take a dropped ball. In a great game of Horse, you may even take a second shot.  If you’re specifically a Cleveland sports fan you wish you could have a

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  • Finding Home in Your Neighborhood

    What does it mean to be at home? That question is difficult for many, especially those who have been affected by political turmoil, those called on to serve in wars, those who are uprooted and transferred as refugees into societies with mixed feelings about their presence. Here’s Dan White Jr, co-author of The Church as Movement, discussing his experience in Kenya working

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