We are called to make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything Jesus has commanded us. We are equipping the saints with tools and encouragement so that we can all go forward into the commission of Christ.
We want to do everything in the spirit of love, for the blessing of the saints and the lost, for the glory and praise of our living and true God.
Our principle mode of ministry is through the use of t-shirts to embolden the saints, that is the Body of Christ, to share the good news of salvation with the world. Many of us find it hard to walk up to complete strangers and tell them about our loving God. Our shirts are a great way to break the ice, and to also passively share the news. There will be many who walk by and read the shirt you are wearing. Seeds will be planted. Some may ask you questions, and you will have an easier way to share the news.
More than shirts though, we aim to help build the believer’s knowledge and relationship with God Almighty. Some years ago, I asked God to help me to know Him. He spoke to me and told me that I would never know Him unless I knew His Word. So, in addition to shirts, we aim to provide resources to study and learn His Word which is truth and love, and life itself.
We will also reach out and demonstrate the love of God by blessing those who are less fortunate with food, clothing, and the Word of God which nourishes eternally. Join us and be part of spreading the Word and love of God. John 13:35 says, By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” You can help out by supporting us through purchasing our products and resources and by reading the Bible and building a close and personal relationship with our God and then going out and fulfilling the commission that Jesus gave us to make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything Jesus has commanded us.