Stories, big ideas, and ways to participate in the Praxis community.
Race & Redemptive Entrepreneurship: A Letter to the Praxis Community
By Dave Blanchard
Strategies for Winter: Redemptive Leadership in Survival Times
By Dave Blanchard, Andy Crouch, Jon Hart, Scott Kauffmann, and Jena Lee Nardella
Leading Beyond the Blizzard: Why Every Organization Is Now a Startup
By Andy Crouch, Kurt Keilhacker, and Dave Blanchard
Praxis Reads: Two Ways to Build
Exploring the books and articles capturing our attention during the “winter” of coronavirus.
The Redemptive Edge podcast, Season Two
Andy Crouch and Donna Harris on “Creative Action Begins with Lament." Listen now.
Our community of practice operates through high-touch programs, robust content, and a global portfolio of redemptive business & nonprofit ventures.
The mentorship-driven Business Accelerator program equips top ventures as they seek the redemptive edge in their industries. We accept up to 12 startups per year, with up to two Fellows per venture.
The mentorship-driven Nonprofit Accelerator program equips top ventures as they seek the redemptive edge in their industries. We accept up to 12 startups per year, with up to two Fellows per venture.
A six-session video and discussion series on developing the mindset of redemptive entrepreneurs, builders, and creatives. Everything is free—just gather a small group and meet online or in person.
A community of next-generation creatives, builders, and entrepreneurs pursuing redemptive action. We lead summer immersions and equip schools, entrepreneurship programs, and campus groups.
Redemptive entrepreneurship is not merely a theory; it’s an advancing reality, embodied in a global community of practice, building and funding ventures that make a significant mark in dozens of sectors and countries.
We measure impact through the growth of ventures in our Accelerator and Venture Lab portfolio, the active commitment of our community, and the reach and engagement of our content.
fT jobs created
Creative restoration through sacrifice.
Redemptive action is creating new possibilities by sacrificing so that others can be restored to flourishing.
The Redemptive Frame helps define and explore the possibilities for redemptive action in any domain, particularly in entrepreneurship and organizational leadership.