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
It’s not often that you find handmade bracelets that will match nearly any outfit. With so many colors on one band, these bracelets will. And... Read More
Wouldn't you like to serve tea on something more unique than plastic or wood? Or maybe you're not a tea person, but you've got a... 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
On the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, we are reminded of all those suffering in poverty. The good news is this: we can do something about it.
Part of having faith in Jesus is having faith in what can be, in his name. Here's our role in alleviating poverty in the name of Jesus.
Cheppu from Himalaya, located in Nepal, crafts scarves that are beautiful, sustainable, and entirely fair trade to keep you warm as the weather gets cold.
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