LiVE for the sake of the world
  • A networked lay learning community to discern and deepen callings - personally and congregationally.
  • Theologically thoughtful, culturally responsive, and communally engaged.
  • Connecting churches and forming Christian public leaders.
  • Flexible, hybrid model of learning: zoom and face to face.  
  • Curious? Contact the LiVE Team
  • 2022-2023 Course Offerings coming soon!
  • Join our online Mighty Networks Learning Platform: theliveproject.mn.co/feed
Upcoming Events

LiVE Informational Sessions

  • June 22, July 20 or August 17 - 6:30-7:30pm on Zoom
  • Come and learn more about LiVE, get your questions answered, and see what this exciting opportunity holds in store for your own learning journey as a Christian public leader.
  • Please pre-register for one of these Zoom sessions HERE.

LiVE Kickoff Retreat!

  • Saturday, October 8, 9:30am to 3pm - Location TBD
  • "Spirit Stirring" What is the Spirit stirring in your life?
  • Worship, Connections, and New Beginnings 
LiVE cultural values
These name the culture we believe the Spirit is calling us to nurture in this project   
  • Gospel-Centered, Spirit-Led: Vocational identity begins in the leadership of the Spirit’s calling through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Any exploration, and deepening of call, personal or congregation, begins with this commitment. 
  • Companioning the Conversation: We recognize that LiVE participants are exploring their own experiences, context, and questions. Coaches and facilitators will accompany you as you listen for where God is calling you.
  • Communities of Practice through Collaborative Engagement: LiVE is a shared journey with other participants, in various contexts, and curiosities, who will explore their callings in a variety of action-reflection learning opportunities.
  • Creative Spaces/Creative Abrasion: LiVE involves opening up spaces of curiosity, hospitality and vulnerability through a willingness to test out and challenge ideas in a holding environment that welcomes courageous and critical conversations.