Siyabulela Performs Hip Hop as Evangelism Tool

Siyabulela is a local hip hop musician who writes and performs songs that contain the gospel as a way of evangelism. He has been doing this for a number of years. He recently finished recording his album but needed to financial assistance to print his music discs in order to physically sell them. He applied […]

March 22, 2015 · by  · in Projects, Stories · Tags:

Nandipha and Nomandla open Skills Training Business

    Nandipha and Nomandla are two close friends who have decided to use the experience and qualifications they have to open a business where they provide skills training to targeted companies and organizations. They visit companies and offer to provide any selected employees with skills training in areas such as: Customer Care, Business Communication […]

March 22, 2015 · by  · in Projects, Rotation, Stories · Tags:

Syndey Yake – Pastor is also Grass Cutter in South Africa

Sydney is a pastor at Walmer township. He also works as a security guard and has a lawn mowing business where he goes around in the townships and cuts the grass of the homes of the people and also the schools and churches as well. He has been doing this business for some years now […]

December 27, 2014 · by  · in Stories · Tags:

Zoleka Portia Mnqeba Opens Food & Beverage Business in South Africa

Zoleka is a middle aged Christian lady who had a desire to begin a restaurant in the hometown of Walmer township (Port Elizabeth, South Africa). She has experience in this field of work and decided to start her own business as she saw a need in her area. Our experience with her has been one […]

December 27, 2014 · by  · in Stories · Tags:

Andahuaylas Peru

Over the last two years we have made a number of loans to Quechua women that live in the mountains surrounding Andahuaylas.  These loans are made to groups of up to 4 women who will buy small hand tools, seed potatoes, and fertilizer.  They plant in the spring and have a potato harvest in the […]

May 10, 2012 · by  · in Stories · Tags:

Adrian’s Story

Adrian Euceda is a carpenter and has used his loan to build up his business. He is married and has six children which range from 7 to 20 years in age. Adrian’s first loan was 5,000 Limperas ($260) over 4 months. His basic materials are very expensive and he must purchase them in advance of […]

December 8, 2010 · by  · in Stories · Tags:

Maria’s Story

Raul, Maria and their 4 daughters – all are HIV positive. They have been attending the church for 3 months and are involved in the HIV support groups. They buy and resell firewood and use their horses to also deliver construction material to work sites. Raul has been injured cutting wood. Their hope is to […]

November 30, 2010 · by  · in Stories · Tags:

Marlen’s Story

Marlen has been attending the church for 10 months. She was forced to leave Tennessee in the US and arrived with no place to live. Six months ago, her son was killed and she now cares for her grandson. Marlen has started a successful business providing basic items for the neighborhood. She wants to expand […]

November 30, 2010 · by  · in Stories · Tags:

Daniel’s Story

Daniele lives with her husband and two daughters who are HIV positive. She has been attending the church for 3 years and leading the family to look for God. She also travels 6 hrs to get medicine for her daughters. Daniele started her business by buying and repairing used clothing and reselling them. She is […]

November 30, 2010 · by  · in Stories · Tags: