Welcome to the Redemptive Design Library
Redemptive Design is a fresh approach to forming Christians who embody the way of Jesus in the world.
The Library is where you’ll find the latest thinking, research and case studies about Redemptive Design. Get greater insight into the frameworks and tools and how to apply them.
To view a borrowing and fair use policy:
Purpose and meaning are playing an increasingly important role in the contemporary workforce. In particular, the younger generations entering the workforce are looking for ‘meaning makers’, people who can help them contextualise their work in the context of a bigger story and life purpose.
Discover our library of Redemptive Design Resources
Discover our curated collection of articles from various sources on the concepts of Faith & Work, Innovation, Entrepreneurialism and Formation.
Design & Formation Tools
Our collection of Tools is designed to assist you in your pursuits in purpose, calling, business and faith.
Be inspired by stories of change from our Seed community!
Listen as we interview a range of changemakers who are leading their industries in showing the world what Jesus is like.
FAIR USE & BORROWING POLICY
Users are required to sign up as members of the Library before being granted access to the resource collection. The collection is accessible in the following formats:
Download – Many of the resources in the collection have been offered free for download by the authors as an open source contribution to the advancement of thinking and research in Redemptive Design.
Online – available for reading online while inside the library
Fair use copying – Library resources that are not marked for free download and use are subject to a fair use policy that is a condition of continuing membership of the library.
Fair Use Policy
The Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) allows people to use copyright material without the copyright owner’s permission in certain situations, including fair dealing for specific purposes. The purposes for which you may copy material from this online library are:
Fair dealing for research or study
You can use the material for the purpose of research or study, provided the use is deemed to be fair, that is, 10% or less of the number of pages or material in a single library item).
Fair dealing for criticism or review
You can use the material for the purpose of genuine criticism or review, provided that you acknowledge the author and title of the work.