The first 25 people who donate $50 or more to church planting before May 23, 2014 will get a free t-shirt. It's simple: Make the donation and during checkout tell us in notes your preferred size and if you want a lady's or men's shirt (color is determined based on availability). Your donation will fund church planters in Bihar, India, where over 105 million people are yet to hear the name of Jesus.
Each indigenous pastor will plant churches in five to seven villages, and tell about 150 new people per month about Jesus—equaling approximately 97,200 people hearing the good news of Jesus during the three years of funding. Partner with us to offer renewal to people in Bihar through church planters. Every dollar you donate goes where you designate.
Jesus’ Economy’s shirts represent what empowering others through commerce can do. Each shirt proudly displays a screen-printed tag reading: “Made in Kampala, Uganda” and “All Fair Trade,” on the inside of the back of the shirt.
John Nyarwa lives in Kampala, Uganda. He is the proprietor of RWA Group Ltd., a registered Ugandan company. Started in 2011, RWA Group operates under Christian values with the main objective of creating employment for the young people of Kampala. Currently, RWA Group employs four men and one woman.
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