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The world is changing quickly and that is requiring mission agencies, missionaries and churches to live in a constant state of reimagining the work God has called us to. Because of this innovation as a discipline has never been so important to the mission endeavor. Join this community designed to encourage, resource and support you as you innovate.
I love how you are thinking about this Nate and I appreciate your shout out to the d.school Jim. At the Chalmers Center, we are indebted to Stanford’s d.school and IDEO for their work in the field of innovation.
But as Christians, “human centered design” doesn’t go far enough as we consider how we can innovate in God’s world. There are a lot of things that I want as a human that do not please God (necessarily) or lead to my flourishing. French fries from Five Guys are amazing, but (from extensive experimentation) they do NOT help me flourish. 😂
Brian Fikkert and I have spent these last years focusing into Kingdom Centered Innovation. I would LOVE to have input from all of you on our process. Take a look at https://chalmers.org/training/innovate/ and please reach out to me with questions. firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you friends and thank you for your ongoing work.
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