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.
Join Our Community of Practise
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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If all work has value, the important thing is to be faithful to the work and the place that God has called us. We can be called by God to work in the church and work outside the church.
Amid this COVID-19 pandemic, it is quite sensible for us to cancel many things. Our current context requires these cancellations.
Faith does more than just intersect with work. Faith fuels our work.
SEED NEWS + EVENTS
Our 2020 Cohort // This year we have been blessed with our biggest cohort yet! This is the crew at their first Intensive.
Have you seen our new branding?
It’s the hard work of our brand manager, Grant Sparkes-Carroll and we think he has done an amazing job! By the way – he designed the website too. How lucky are we to have such a talented individual helping us our brand remain relevant as we grow as an organisation!?
Aron and Louise Mercer are an amazing couple who are innovative leaders of change in their respective fields.
REFLECTION + ACTION
A lot of Christian thinking about work focuses on how we share what we believe in the workplace. That’s really important! But growing the confidence to declare your faith and speak about it isn’t a full expression of following Jesus.
Use these questions to help you reflect on how you can transition to a more positive engagement in your context. Consider your own context (a community, workplace or industry).
A great way to pray is to look for God’s presence in your life. More than 400 years ago St. Ignatius Loyola encouraged prayer-filled mindfulness by proposing what has been called the Daily Examen.