THANK you!

We hope you came away inspired to pursue redemptive work in your field. We also know that it took a lot of leadership and dedication to show up and guide your group faithfully through this journey. Job well done! 

Please fill out our final survey and continue on to find out how you and your group members can stay involved with Praxis. In return, we'll share with you a sneak peek of our second module: a talk by Andy Crouch applying his book "Strong and Weak" to the entrepreneurial journey.

With gratitude,
The Praxis Team


 

Next Steps

THIS INTRODUCTORY PRAXIS COURSE IS JUST A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE REDEMPTIVE POSSIBILITIES WE CAN PURSUE AS ENTREPRENEURS, INNOVATORS, AND CREATORS. WE WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED AS WE PRODUCE ADDITIONAL COURSE CONTENT. 

UNTIL THEN, HERE ARE THE BEST WAYS TO GET MORE INVOLVED IN THE PRAXIS COMMUNITY (SCROLL DOWN FOR ACCESS TO A BONUS VIDEO BY ANDY CROUCH!):

 
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LEAD A NEW GROUP

WHO ELSE CAN YOU SERVE by taking THIS CONVERSATION further?

We hope you enjoyed this experience so much that you'd be interested in leading another group! Let us know if you're up for helping others in your community develop a redemptive imagination for their work.

Perhaps consider leading a different kind of group (for example, if you've gathered friends or colleagues for the first group, consider leading a small group or class at your church). And consider challenging one or more of the participants in your group to lead one on their own—or perhaps to co-lead one with you.

 
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keep up with the praxis community

The Praxis Course speakers represent only a tiny fraction of a thriving community of practice.

Sign up below to receive the Praxis News, our monthly digest of the work of the Praxis community; read The Praxis Journal, our digital magazine covering stories of the ideas, models, practices and people powering today's redemptive ventures; and follow the exploits of our ventures and programs through our social links. 

 
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Apply to be a fellow

WE BELIEVE THAT THE TYPE OF COMMUNITY THAT SURROUNDS FOUNDERS IS THE PRIMARY FACTOR IN SHAPING THEIR HEALTH, imagination, IMPACT, and longevity.

Our unique program is not a typical accelerator: it is global, cross-sector, non-residential, and non-equity based, designed to shape the trajectory of the business or nonprofit entrepreneur and their work through relationships—with our team, inspiring peers, generous mentors, our broad network, and values-aligned capital, all within a setting that is focused on the personal and spiritual formation of the founder. 

We select 12 ventures into our program each year. Praxis Fellows can expect to have intimate interaction with mentors through small round table discussions and multiple custom-matched one-on-ones, as well as large-format opportunities to share their work, all over the course of three gatherings.

These intensive programs are for founders whose ventures are already in a growth stage in the market. 

 
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Attend praxis academy

PRAXIS ACADEMY IS A COMMUNITY OF NEXT-GENERATION entrepreneuRS preparing TO LEAD REDEMPTIVE WORK IN EVERY SECTOR.

Undergraduates or recent graduates are invited to apply to attend the Annual Academy, our flagship communal one-week learning experience for next-generation founders, innovators, and creators. If you’re in that stage of life and already working on your own venture, consider applying to our Emerging Founders program.

If you're past the age for Praxis Academy, do you know an undergraduate or recent graduate you'd like to nominate?

 
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Connect with our informal talent network

Our Fellows lead 150+ ventures operating in 40 countries ACROSS 5 continents. 

Enter your information below if you are interested in being a part of our talent network of redemptive entrepreneurs.


BONUS VIDEO

AUTHORITY & VULNERABILITY

Andy Crouch—Partner for Theology & Culture at Praxis

Andy shows us that to flourish as a human, we need to experience both authority and vulnerability; and to help others experience the same.