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Hatchlings

 

Hatchlings is our blog dedicated to inspirational client stories and big ideas in ministry innovation. From astrophysics to farming to the church down the street, we believe that God-breathed, wild ideas can come from anywhere. 

The Three Phases of Launching a Church-based Social Enterprise

The Three Phases of Launching a Church-based Social Enterprise

Starting a Christian social enterprise is difficult and passion-filled work. It comes with a ton of setbacks and self-doubt. And a ton of excitement. I believe that social enterprise — a business with a social good in mind — can offer a new way forward for the church.

Get Your Hands Dirty by Starting Lean

Get Your Hands Dirty by Starting Lean

Do you have an idea that you feel in your bones is a great one? Maybe it will change the world or maybe it will simply change the world for 5 people. The problem is that while you know it is a great idea, you don’t actually know that it is a great idea. And, even if you did actually know that it is a great idea, you don’t have any clue how to get started.

Registration Open for Taste and See in DC!

Registration Open for Taste and See in DC!

Registration is now open for the Taste and See event in Washington DC on September 23, 2017! This event is designed to give you a taste of what is possible when you think about ministry outside the box. Our own Kenda Creasy Dean will be there, along with Shannon...

Find Your Team! Wisdom from a Fellow Missional Entrepreneur

Find Your Team! Wisdom from a Fellow Missional Entrepreneur

We are continuing our summer blog series aimed at those who are either starting a missional enterprise or thinking about starting one. During this series, we will look at theological and practical concerns of missional entrepreneurs. This week’s post comes from...

The First Ingredient in Starting A Missional Enterprise

We are doing a summer blog series aimed at those who are either starting a missional enterprise or thinking about starting one. During this series, we will look at theological and practical concerns of missional entrepreneurs. The third post in this series is written...