The “What Now?” tool will guide you and your leadership team through an engaging, efficient, and interactive process for making decisions about how to fulfill your mission in the current environment.
How Will We Gather? is interactive and will spark generative conversation, helping to create consensus among your team about the best ways forward.
This report captures the learning and reflection from the innovative Change Makers Project, a partnership between Wesley Theological Seminary & Baltimore-Washington Methodist Conference supported by RootedGood.
This article describes how Mark Elsdon, Executive Director of Pres House, and his team transformed a dormant organization into a nationally recognized campus ministry that generates more than $2 million in annual revenue.
A partner of RootedGood, Faith and Finance, is a new movement that explores the implications of faith traditions for finance, economics and entrepreneurship. Mark Sampson has written this piece, exploring the need for economic theology.
This broad-ranging interview with Shannon Hopkins explores the story of Matryoshka Haus and the role of design-thinking and gamification in the creation of the tools and products available through RootedGood, such as Mission Possible.
If we came up with a list of 'what we (think we) do well' as an organization, somewhere near the top of the list would be designing interactive learning experiences and workshops.
The community discovery tool is designed to help identify the different places in your context where people are interacting in new ways and where communities are forming, and create a map that can be used as a scavenger hunt or trail.
In this piece from Religion News Service, Mark Elsdon describes Pres House's ability to combine church owned property, denominational impact investment, and a mission approach to create a thriving ministry and sustainable financial model.
Mark Elsdon shares some thoughts on non-profit growth and leadership in a series of blog posts through Princeton Seminary. The first one is here:
Based on his doctoral work at King's College London, Mark Sampson explores the connection between social enterprise and gift-giving with Shari Oosting of Princeton Theological Seminary.
Demonstrating the theological framework behind how RootedGood conceives of social enterprise, this article explores the promise and peril of missional enterprise and creating new ways to combine missional intent with enterprise models.