The FaithX Project is actively partnering or collaborating with the following partners and organizations:
Socio-Historical Examination of Religion and Ministry (SHERM Journal) is a not-for-profit, free, peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes the latest social-scientific, historiographic, and ecclesiastic research on religious institutions and their ministerial practices. SHERM is dedicated to the critical and scholarly inquiry of historical and contemporary religious phenomena, both from within particular religious traditions and across cultural boundaries. SHERM is sponsored by FaithX.
Datastory is a GIS consulting company that helps businesses make better decisions by offering sophisticated data analysis and insight. FaithX Project collaborated with Datastory Consulting to develop the MapDash for Faith Communities online, interactive, demographic-analytic platform, including its Neighborhood Missional Intelligence Report feature. The Missional Contexts Reports employed by MapDash for Faith Communities are a FaithX product.
The Episcopal Church’s Office of Church Planting and Redevelopment worked closely with FaithX and Datastory to MapDash for Faith Communities online, interactive, demographic-analytic platform – what some are calling the Missional Dashboard. MapDash for for Faith Communities were beta-tested in five Episcopal dioceses.
The Episcopal Church Foundation is partnering with FaithX to bring our free Congregational Vitality Assessment diagnostic inventory online. ECF employs our Neighborhood Missional Intelligence Report and consultation in its Congregational Leadership Initiative and is a cosponsor of FaithX webinars and several FaithX programs, including data-grounded assessment programs for leadership transition and capital campaign planning.
The Gathering of Leaders, a network focused on helping clergy practical and implementable leadership strategies while experiencing rest and renewal, is a co-sponsor of FaithX Webinars.
If you would like to explore a partnership arrangement with The FaithX Project, contact Ken Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org