V3 Movement Blog

  • The Ecology of the Gathering

    The design of a space is never neutral; it always communicates some specific value. For example, what does it say about someone’s values if they set their living room T.V. off in a corner, while all the furniture is turned towards a window looking out into the backyard? The way a room is set up communicates certain values. Physical spaces

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  • Welcoming a Royal Opportunity

    Were you one of the two billion people who viewed the Royal Wedding?  If you did I bet you were among those who were impressed by not only the pomp and circumstance but by the surprising Gospel music and compelling message. What Impressed you most about the Royal wedding? Were you also impressed by the remarkable impact for our British

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  • Curiosity and Adventure in Soul Care

    As a kid growing up in Southern California, I spent a lot of time in the water. I loved the adventure of swimming in the ocean and the challenge of making it out to the recreational buoys and back again. They were just far away enough to feel a little dangerous. Maybe it was the hard work of swimming or

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  • 8 Church Website Mistakes Many Planters Make

    You’re a church planter. You’ve been working on your vision documents for months. You’ve been spending lots of money having coffee and meals in your home with potential team members. You finally feel like you’re gaining some momentum. It seems that this is the culmination of a lot of things God has been doing in your life for years, and

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  • Sustainable Life Rhythm – Learning From Creation

    Augustine wrote that some people in order to find God will read a book. He maintained however, that God has already provided a “big book” to teach us – the book of created nature. “Look carefully at it top and bottom, observe it, read it. God did not make letters of ink for you to recognize him in; he set

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