JESUS' CURRENCY IS LOVE
If you think 'fair trade' means 'poor quality', and that fine craftsmanship doesn't come from poor communities, think again. We'd like to introduce you to the... Read More
Vibrant and bold, green represents positive change in Rwanda. This fair trade product helps provide jobs for women who are overcoming past pain. Pick up your bracelet... Read More
Enter into the Rift Valley when you receive these cards from Jesus' Economy. Peter's artistry takes you to his home villages and lets you experience... Read More
Handmade in Haiti with locally sourced burlap, this journal is what you need to express yourself. The cover is made from recycled coffee bags—each with... Read More
FAIR TRADE + UNIQUE + HANDMADE
This week only: Give $50 to Renewing Bihar, India and get a free porcelain beaded bracelet from Kenya. This special offer is a win-win-win: Artisans in Kenya win, the people of Bihar win, and you win!
When it comes to helping someone who is hurting or dealing with a faith issue, it’s important to realize that simply being open to talking is often all that is needed. If our God can deal with our sin, then certainly he can handle our scrutiny.
Jesus’ life was surrounded by controversy. The true controversy was how often he questioned religious leadership. Jesus loved the unlovable and commanded other leaders to do the same.
For many people, the problems of poverty are not pressing because of a lack of exposure. Thrift stores and alleyways give us perspective; and perspective transforms our Christian walk.