Every donation to this fund goes into microloans for entrepreneurs in the developing world. Each entrepreneur goes through a vetting process, and business and biblical ethics training. The entrepreneurs are by no means required to be Christians, but are expected to live by Christian principles of honesty, transparency, and treating their workforce well. They engage in ongoing accountability via a Jesus' Economy sponsored church planter in the same region. The goal of each microloan is to create jobs. Help economically transform communities: invest in entrepreneurs.
A bicycle is a simple, but inexpensive and effective, mode of transportation for a church planter. Help a church planter in Bihar, India get the... Read More
When you buy a sewing machine for a training center in Bihar, India, you are helping women have the equipment they need to learn a... Read More
Water wells have to be tested to ensure that they are clean. In this simple way, you can help people have access to clean water... Read More