A Gift


We recently had a VP3 staff team day, complete with Christmas party.  One of the things we did was share stories about the people we have encountered this past year through the ministry of VP3…people who have been gifts to us.  They have given to us the gift of knowing a little more of their story of change toward becoming the person God has intended them to be…a person with new hope to live more incarnationally…becoming a gift to others in Jesus’ name.

Sometimes we sit back in amazement at how the Lord has used what seems like our “two-fish-and-five-loaves” to help deepen and empower so many good people in various communities across North America.

We have also been surprised by these same stories–these same gifts of life change who have felt prompted to gift the ministry of VP3 with their financial support.  The experience they have had through one or more of our processes has stirred within them the desire to see others deepened and empowered toward a Kingdom way of life.

It is our prayer and hope that more persons and churches across North America be invited into the life changing processes VP3 provides.  The need for depth and empowerment is still apparent.  As you feel led, your financial gift will help us invite others to discover more deeply the gift God has given to them.  You can visit our donation page to learn how to give.

May you experience the surprise of gift this Christmas season.


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About Randy Reese

I experience deep joy when I see people discover more fully who God is, who they are, and what God has called them to do. I play that out at VP3 by helping to ensure that collectively we as a team and as an organization are architecting resources and processes to help deepen and empower people in churches and other organizations. Susan is my wife, soul mate and friend…Liam is our son in whom we are simply amazed. I am originally from Canada where my vocational work was that of a journeyman electrician. When I married Susan, I began another educational journey in preparation for the ministries I am a part of today…undergraduate at University of Sioux Falls (BA), masters at Sioux Falls Seminary (MDiv), and then doctoral work at Fuller Seminary (DMiss). Besides all of that, put a good pot of coffee on and I love to sit and have good conversations.

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