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We loan because...
we are part of the Body of Christ.
1 Cor. 12:13-20 says:
"By one Spirit we were all baptized into one body. Whether we are Jewish or Greek, slave or free, God gave all of us one Spirit to drink. As you know, the human body is not made up of only one part, but of many parts. Suppose a foot says, "I'm not a hand, so I'm not part of the body!" Would that mean it's no longer part of the body? Or suppose an ear says, "I'm not an eye, so I'm not a part of the body!" Would that mean it's no longer part of the body? If the whole body were an eye, how could it hear? If the whole body were an ear, how could it smell? So God put each and every part of the body together as he wanted it. How could it be a body if it only had one part? So there are many parts but one body."
(God's Word Translation 1995)

About us
We are a group of Christian friends who just happen to quilt or love the quilt art form. Like patchwork pieces of quilts; we are a patchwork of people...different and yet connected. If you are the same, we would love to have you join the team!!

Location: USA      

 

Latest Messages  

13 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Leddymarie
    Puerto Rico
    Leddymarie received a loan from Mavis which helps to buy new equipment and grow capital for new business.
    Mavis
  • Victoria
    Samoa
    Victoria received a loan from Doug & Sharon to buy a new sewing machine, thread, needles, a measuring tape, a new pair of scissors and material.
    Doug & Sharon
  • Safeena
    Pakistan
    Safeena received a loan from Helen to purchase sewing materials, such as threads of different colors, laces, zippers and cloth to make more dresses on time.
    Helen
  • Hawa's Female Traders Group
    Sierra Leone
    Hawa's Female Traders Group received a loan from Mavis to buy organic rice from a local producer in Makeni, supporting sustainable local farmers while scaling up each members’ business.
    Mavis
  • Kerege Group
    Tanzania
    Kerege Group received a loan from Kelsey to buy more fabric, textiles, sewing chains, scissors, thread, measuring tape, needles, bobbins, and other needed materials to make better clothing designs.
    Kelsey
  • Saha Global
    Ghana
    Saha Global received a loan from Jane to set up 13 new clean water businesses in northern rural Ghana.
    Jane
  • Damaris
    Puerto Rico
    Damaris received a loan from Mavis which helps buy all necessary equipment and office materials for our business.
    Mavis
  • Youra
    Cambodia
    Youra received a loan from Peggy to purchase ice, an ice tank and a motor for transporting visitors.
    Peggy
  • G.s. La Rosa 1 Group
    Honduras
    G.s. La Rosa 1 Group received a loan from Jane to buy fertilizers and to give maintenance to his crops of pineapples, vegetables and basic grains.
    Jane

Impact   Updated Hourly

23
Team Members
$14,100
Amount Loaned
535
Loans
23.3
Loans per member