A collective spanning local practitioners to institutions building leadership expertise and catalyzing new ventures.
What We Offer
Developing healthy Christian leaders with skills for ministry in post-Christian culture by practicing spacious orthodoxy and catalyzing new kingdom movements.
We curate safe space for new and existing faith leaders, pioneers, artists, apostolic catalysts, and church planters re-imagining ways to connect, innovate, and engage the kingdom locally and beyond.
We provide leadership formation designed for ministry in post-Christian culture, and develop missional movements re-imagining presence in their neighbourhoods and communities.
We offer tailored coaching designed with spacious orthodoxy to sustain and shape character development, how we lead, and the building of healthy church structures.
From the Blog
An often overlooked aspect of faith is wonder. When we talk about wonder we are thinking specifically about three postures; standing in disbelief, standing in the question itself and standing in awe or amazement of something. Wonder positions us to be open...read more
The Visible Tapestry of Church: Practicing Sacraments with Life! Within the hidden tapestry of the Kingdom and the invisible Church, God's idea is for there to be visible, local, and unique shapes of church where at least 2 to 3 followers of Jesus gather together, and...read more
To fully understand God's idea of church, we need to see the Church through the bifocals of an invisible yet visible tapestry that God is weaving. The hidden dimension or structure of the tapestry is often invisible to the naked eye. It is mystical, and though very...read more
There is a lot of discussion and confusion around the word 'church' these days. What is Church, and who is part of the church? How does one join or get in on this faith community? Is the church some mystical, invisible, world wide, secret society who have a covert, or...read more
Have you ever heard the following comments: "If we could only be like the early church!" or "Wouldn't it be great to have been part of the church in the book of Acts!" Often these comments come from a genuine desire to see the church act more consistently with who we...read more