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Churches in Mission 5 Million

Dr David Thompson, pastor in South Florida, talks about Christian Social Entrepreneurs.  Business meets ministry in a sustainable funding model that Christians love, thanks to a 21st Century Joseph company.

The below video features Pastor Che Ahn, founder of HIM at a presentation by Mannatech/MannaRelief founder Sam Caster at the Harvest International Ministry (HIM) 2012 Leadership Conference in Pasadena, California.  Pastor Che Ahn makes the introduction of Sam and then closes the conference with a personal testimony followed by an amazing call to action. Pastor Che’s closing remarks represent an incredible paradigm shift in ministry’s historical view of marketplace solutions for global problems. This is a “can’t miss” view of how to transform society through divine collaboration.

 

The world is changing rapidly and so is the way we do charity, church and business.  Now Christians can support any charity, any mission, any church any pastor with this new model and be paid, work from home and support their own families also.  You can do this right now and fund anything you like!  or just be a supporter! (more fun to do it though)

Is it the end of charity and donations?

The recent shift in our global economy has negatively impacted the financial needs of the not-for-profit industry.

How many ribbon days and runs can an average person support?   There seems to be a never ending increase in this kind of charity model.

Australian Nic Frances, author of the book, The End of Charity, writes that “if lasting change is to occur [through not-for-profit organizations], sustainable funding will have to come from the way they fund,  no longer just relying on donations but being integrated into business.  It will be a tough shift for organizations that have previously relied on the charity model, but it will be necessary if they want to exist and thrive in the 21st century.”

So fortunately there are some Christians who have been thinking outside the box and have come up with a simple yet ingenious way to make sure that the charitable arm of help doesn’t shorten for the most vulnerable people in the world. The most critically vulnerable, are  the 5 million children under the age of 5 that die every year. Its a critical problem, that seems to be overlooked by many, through Mission 5 Million.

Its simple, with this model you buy and eat the product from Mannatech, they nourish the children on your behalf. The goal is to reach 5 million, you can help and be paid as much as you want, and get the benefits from the products at the same time.

Anyone can support any charity, any mission, any church any pastor with this model and be paid, work from home and support their own families also and save the lives of the most vulnerable children in the world.   You+Mission+Mannatech=products for children, you, your mission+income for you and mission.

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