Kelly Lyndgaard
Justin Straight and Bernard Worthy (2019 Business Fellows) lead LoanWell, a fintech platform that provides loan origination and portfolio management for community lenders (such as banks, CDFIs, and credit unions)—with the goal of helping them provide more efficient and equitable access to affordable capital.
Sarah and Hudson
Sarah Saxton-Frump and Hudson Baird are 2018 Nonprofit Fellows and lead PelotonU to serve non-traditional students in higher education. Through their redemptive approach to care for their students, team, and vendors as well as the greater Austin nonprofit sector, they’ve become an example to many other entrepreneurs in our community.
Brett Hagler
Brett Hagler is a 2017 Nonprofit Fellow leading New Story. Last year, his organization built the world’s first permitted, 3D printed house in 48 hours in Mexico, with the goal of printing an entire neighborhood of 600-800 square foot homes.

Advancing redemptive

Praxis is

A creative engine for redemptive entrepreneurship, supporting founders, funders, and innovators motivated by their faith to love their neighbors and renew culture.

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who we are

Our community of practice operates through high-touch programs, robust content, and a global portfolio of redemptive business & nonprofit ventures.

Praxis Academy

Praxis Academy is for early-career builders, innovators, and entrepreneurs seeking to pursue redemptive action through businesses and nonprofits, across all areas of culture.

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Nonprofit Accelerator

The mentorship-driven Nonprofit Accelerator program equips top ventures as they seek the redemptive edge in their industries. We accept up to 12 startups per year, with up to two Fellows per venture.

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Business Accelerator

The mentorship-driven Business Accelerator program equips top ventures as they seek the redemptive edge in their industries. We accept up to 12 startups per year, with up to two Fellows per venture.

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Venture Lab

The Praxis Venture Lab is a startup studio that originates a small number of “redemptive moonshots” in collaboration with Entrepreneurs-in-Residence and funding partners from the Praxis Capital community.

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Redemptive entrepreneurship is not merely a theory; it’s an advancing reality, embodied in a global community of practice, building and funding ventures that make a significant mark in dozens of sectors and countries.

We measure impact through the growth and health of ventures in our portfolio, the formation and connection of people in our community, and the reach and engagement of our content.


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Praxis Journal

The ideas, models, practices, and people powering today’s redemptive ventures.

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Resources for building redemptive ventures.

The Praxis Playbooks are print and digital resources that offer our take on how to do redemptive work in the entrepreneurial environment.


Creative restoration through sacrifice.

All redemptive work is love in action: making new things that make things right, for others first.

We use the Redemptive Frame to assess, build, lead, and fund entrepreneurial organizations for greater redemptive impact.

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I wrestled for years to reconcile my entrepreneurial drive with my kingdom purpose until I found the Praxis community, where I developed meaningful relationships with so many generous, thoughtful, and successful entrepreneurial leaders who have been there and "get it."

Taylor Jones

Founder & CEO, Whiteboard

2020 Business Fellow

One of the greatest gifts of participating in Praxis is that you instantly feel less alone in your experience as an entrepreneur. The Praxis team attracts brilliant and faithful people into a room and sets the stage for transformation. You'll be called forward into the world to address the most pressing issues of our time with redemptive creativity.

Dana Doll

Co-Founder, Treetops Collective; Program Director, Micah 6:8 Foundation

2018 Nonprofit Fellow

Praxis is the thought leader in the Christian business and nonprofit space. Their content challenges both entrepreneurs and investors to embrace a redemptive perspective, shifting the existing Christian narrative. The Praxis community has helped shape our family’s investment and granting strategy more than any other organization.

Greg Lernihan

Founder, Convergint Technologies; Manager, His Fund

Business & Nonprofit Accelerator Mentor

Over several years of growing our business and family, we've been deeply formed by the way this community seeks to be redemptive and imaginative—not only dreaming but creating models and practical frameworks for doing—in all areas of life. Especially during times of challenge, like 2020, Praxis has been a place we turn for wisdom and encouragement.

Liz Bohannon

Founder & Co-CEO, Sseko Designs

2015 Business Fellow

Through Praxis, I’ve met the most thoughtful, humble, and smart people who are changing the world every day. They challenge me greatly with their example of quietly seeking God’s purposes first, giving sacrificially to their communities, and flipping the script on how success is defined. Praxis is special because of its people and our shared values, and it’s a huge source of encouragement to me in my own faith journey and work.

Grace Chiang Nicolette

Vice President, Center for Effective Philanthropy

Nonprofit Accelerator Mentor

Finding the Praxis community felt like arriving home to the long lost family I never knew I had. This creative culture of redemptive entrepreneurship and sacrificial leadership resonated with my deepest reasons for being in business, making a difference, and living a life of meaningful impact.

Eddy Moratin

President, Lift Orlando

Nonprofit Accelerator Mentor

To walk into a room at a Praxis gathering and feel known and loved by a group of individuals all striving in the same direction is a pretty profound thing in today's world of often transactional relationships and conference banter. The community, centered in the humble pursuit of joining God in His redemptive work in the world, is simply unique and extraordinary.

Robin Bruce

Former CEO, Acton School of Business; President, David Weekley Family Foundation

Nonprofit Accelerator Mentor

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take the next step

The future of culture largely depends on the next generation of entrepreneurs.