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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  

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

Team Activity

  • Gs Gautier Group
    Dominican Republic
    Gs Gautier Group received a loan from Maura to buy merchandise to sell: polo shirts, blouses, flip-flops, skirts, pants, etc.
    Maura
    $775 to go
    Lend Now
  • Utiifu Njema Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Utiifu Njema Group received a loan from Kelsey to stock up on 5 bundles of second-hand clothes, which will increase her starting capital.
    Kelsey
  • Rosa
    El Salvador
    Rosa received a loan from 2 team members to buy corn, lime, and firewood to improve her production of tortillas, since her process is the traditional one.
    Kelsey Mavis
  • Sreytouch
    Cambodia
    Sreytouch received a loan from Mavis to pay for ground filler to cover the mud around her house.
    Mavis
  • Overcomers Group
    Ghana
    Overcomers Group received a loan from Mavis to buy more clothing, lace, polished cotton, chiffon, linen, etc, to sell.
    Mavis
    $625 to go
    Lend Now
  • Afërdita
    Kosovo
    Afërdita received a loan from Mavis to purchase thread and sewing materials.
    Mavis
  • Meleane
    Tonga
    Meleane received a loan from Mavis to buy some mulberry for her tapa-making business and to help her family.
    Mavis
  • Sayohat
    Tajikistan
    Sayohat received a loan from Mavis to buy fabric and coloured threads so her business can grow.
    Mavis
  • Arugishe Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Arugishe Group received a loan from Kelsey to buy more boxes of plants and increase her working capital.
    Kelsey

Impact   Updated Hourly

24
Team Members
$29,850
Amount Funded
1,077
Loans
44.9
Loans per member