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Help to make church planters self-sustainable

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We don’t give people fish, but we give them a fishing net. We teach church planters to provide for themselves and from there give to the community.

One of our church planters from Malawi literally bought some fishing nets from the savings of his business.

At the same time he has been making fishers of men!

 

To help church planters become self-sustainable and to use business to make disciples and plant churches we follow this process:

Generally it takes 3 years for a church planter to become self-sustainable.

Your $ that you give will be used multiple times!

As the church planter receives a loan and pay that loan back, a new loan can be given and the impact multiplies.

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Options to donate

GOLD

$ 50 Monthly
  • Support 1 church planter
  • Church planter receives the Pioneer Business Planting training
  • 1 on 1 and group coaching
  • Trained to be part of a savingsgroup
  • Receives a low interest loan for a small business

Incense

$ 100 Monthly
  • Support 2 church planters
  • Church planters receives the Pioneer Business Planting training
  • 1 on 1 and group coaching
  • Trained to be part of a savingsgroup
  • Receives a low interest loan for a small business

Myrr

$ 250 Monthly
  • Support 5 church planters
  • Church planters receives the Pioneer Business Planting training
  • 1 on 1 and group coaching
  • Trained to be part of a savingsgroup
  • Receives a low interest loan for a small business

Diamond

$ 25,000 Yearly
  • Support one location of 40 people
  • Church planters receives the Pioneer Business Planting training
  • 1 on 1 and group coaching
  • Trained to be part of a savingsgroup
  • Receives a low interest loan for a small business

You can also donate any other amount that you want.

George Nyaundi - Church Planter and business Planter in Kenya

When George was a young boy, he had never heard about Jesus. Until one day a missionary family moved into his village and started truly mixing with the villagers. The wife loved the kids and naturally invited everyone into their home. It was there, that George’s life changed forever. He became a passionate follower of Jesus.

As a teenager he started realizing how God sent this missionary into his life and what it had actually meant. How the missionary went to a very remote area, where no one cared to come, and reached them with the Gospel. God put the same mission into George’s heart; to be the person to reach the unreached. After some time God spoke through a vision, where God called George to go to the North and arranged a divine encounter with someone working with the East Pokot people group. George has been working with the Pokot for over 6 years now and God has been a gracious provider. He provided all the resources George needed to make his assignment possible; a car to reach them and a churchbuilding fitting 500 people. He shared his vision with local people there. They welcomed him and gave him a piece of land for the church and another big piece of land which he can use to bring development in the region. The church has now been established in this place, Akwichatis, with a fellowship of Christians already running the church themselves through living the Bible. He has planted 12 churches so far and will keep spreading the Gospel.

The first time George travelled there, there was no road or running water. But now the government has paved a road and are connecting pipes and making boreholes to provide water to that region, to support them in developing their lands. All of these blessings came, after they accepted Jesus and started following Him.

George sees Business for Movements as the way forward. He has been working in ministry full time for 12 years now and Business for Movements has brought a change to how he had been doing things.  After following the Pioneer Business Planting training, George opened his first business called “Goodwill Kinyozi & Salon” (Kinyozi = Barber shop) in Baringo County, which is in the region of the East Pokot. In the shop, you will find a washing area, an area for the barber and the hairdresser (male and female), a place to sell hair products and manicure and pedicure services. After now being open for just a few weeks, he already has 20-30 customers a day!

Donors from USA/Canada

All Nations International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, so donations/investments can be tax deducted (in the US).

 

Donors from Europe

Stichting All Nations Nederland is a Dutch NGO with ANBI status. Donations can be deducted from your taxes.

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