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Find tools, content and stories to help you discover your place in God’s story and grow as a Redemptive Changemaker.

Learn how to turn your faith into concrete reality and create solutions to real-world problems in your own context.


Reflecting with JB

When Seed was launched back in 2015, we wanted to invest in the formation of Jesus followers to help them make a real difference in the world – to move beyond belief. And we were confident that if we could help people design and create tangible expressions of the way of Jesus and the Christian story, then we would see lives and communities start to flourish. There was A LOT we didn’t know about how to do that, yet in the midst of the unknowns, there were two vivid pictures of what Seed could be that were at the front of my mind.     The first picture was an incubator for entrepreneurs. We were blessed to pilot our first incubator in October 2015, and we have been privileged to work with entrepreneurs since. They have remained a key strand of our work, as other parts of Seed, like our Consulting and our work with emerging marketplace leaders, have developed.    The second picture was a room full of passionate Christians, from a variety of sectors, collaborating together to design tangible solutions to pressing social or cultural issues.     For 7 years this picture has sat in the background of Seed’s thinking. We’ve not wanted to waste people’s time having conversation about issues unless we were confident that we could facilitate those conversations moving to creative action. The highlight of 2022, for me, was seeing this picture become reality at our Seed Summit in October. Working alongside our partners, with people from the marketplace, community sector and church, our amazing team put the Redemptive Design toolkit to work, designing collaborative solutions to issues facing young people and marginalised workers. We explored real-world possibilities for helping churches work together to more effectively pastor their city.     We should not have been surprised that when we paid attention to God collectively, the Spirit was present, both enlightening our minds and enlivening our hearts.    Having ‘’seen’’ this in my imagination for so long, ‘’seeing’’ it come to reality was a true gift.    This was faith coming alive in the world. And it was beautiful to see.  



Pathway Builders Part Two

Where should those pathways lead? Our hope is that the pathways ultimately make it possible for Christians to be agents for redemptive change in society.
Redemptive change is our term for a particular approach to social change that grows out of our engagement with the Christian story. It is an approach to change that results in our growth and formation as followers of Jesus, while also making a positive impact on society and bearing witness to Jesus.

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In 2018 JB met Greig from the Salvation Army. Greig had been tasked with the job of creating, implementing, and embedding innovation within the Salvation Army, not a small task by any stretch. Listen to how Seed was able to help Greig and the Salvos successfully launch and embed innovation in such a large organisation. 


This is The Redemptive Changemaker Podcast, a show about how the way of Jesus shapes people to make a redemptive change in the world.

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