Growing Redemptive Changemakers

WE ARE GROWING A COMMUNITY OF CHANGEMAKERS — DESIGNED FOR IMPACT

A community of designers, entrepreneurs, creatives, activists, facilitators, coaches, investors, donors, marketplace leaders – who are committed to following Jesus, creating positive impact in the world and helping people taste and see what life with Jesus is like.

SPOTLIGHT

Matt Elkan Architect

Matt spent 10 years pondering an idea about making environmentally and beautifully designed homes available to more people. Watch how the Entrepreneur Incubator program helped Matt design change which has the potential to disrupt the Architectural Industry.

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Our rapidly changing world needs more Redemptive Changemakers—followers of Jesus who are passionate about their context, solution focused and humbly confident. 

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SEED NEWS + EVENTS

Soul Tread Magazine Launch

Soul Tread Magazine Launch

Soul Tread aims to help millennial Australians sustain their faith with relevant and hopeful stories in a beautifully designed eco-friendly quarterly print magazine so that they connect with God, the church and their Australian context.

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Goats, Mental Health & Prisons

Goats, Mental Health & Prisons

Over the last 18 months it has been our privilege at Seed to put Redemptive Design to work alongside partners in communities across various parts of Asia.

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Re:Imagine. Re:Build.

Re:Imagine. Re:Build.

We’re offering a new course called Re-Imagine especially designed for Christians who own or are leading small to medium enterprises through this season

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REFLECTION + ACTION

Grow: Work For Change

Grow: Work For Change

In a recent article, Matt Darvas (a great personal friend and a great friend of Seed) reflected on the importance of the way we approach our work for change.

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Grow: What is Broken?

Grow: What is Broken?

Reflect on your own context – an industry, workplace or community. Can you identify something in your context that is broken?

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