Help me fund Vinod Kumar and his wife Ada, church planters in Bihar, India for my birthday this year on June 4th. Jesus' Economy is sponsoring Vinod and his wife for three years to go into unreached villages of Bihar and share the love of Christ. I want to help fund the first year of Vinod and Ada's mission. That's $966.
The story of Jesus' Economy is a personal one for John and me. It is a part of our life callings and the path we walk for Christ. I volunteer full-time to make the vision God gave us real. I say that so you know that I'm not asking you to do something I am not willing to do. It is my goal to raise at least the remainder needed to fund Vinod and Ada for one year. 100% of your donation will go to their work—every last penny.
A single church planter, funded over three years, will provide 10,500 people with access to the gospel and tell 5,400 people about Jesus (learn more).
Less than 1% of people in Bihar claim to believe in Jesus. Jesus’ Economy is funding 18 church planters. Each church planter will reach five to seven villages, and 150 people per month on average. Healthy churches alleviate corruption by providing ethical guidance to communities; as a result, job creation efforts are more stable. You can provide people with spiritual opportunities and better communities by funding church creation. Indigenous church planters are ready to be trained to enter the field—they just need funding.
Jesus' Economy creates jobs and churches in the developing world, as well as meets basic needs—resulting in a new global, spiritual and physical economy for those that need it most. As a a non-profit charitable organization, which lives by principles, Jesus' Economy provides an online fair trade store and initiates holistic regional transformation projects. Learn more about Jesus' Economy here.
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