The Tentmaker Group Launches

tentmakergroup.gif The Tentmaker Group website has launched! If you know people looking to fund a church plant transition, pastors who seek supplemental income or people interested in roles that will re-invest money into church planting and ministering to people in their city, this is one avenue.  From the site:

The Tentmaker Group exists for God’s glory to create self-sustaining, gospel-centered movements to change cities.  Learn more about our vision. The Tentmaker Group was created in answer the following questions:

How do you transition into ministry?

How do you create a sustainable movement?

How do you fund a church plant?

How do you change a city?

For many, funding is a significant challenge to the pursuit of their calling. The Tentmaker Group provides opportunities to help fund these transitions and city-changing movements.

9 Comments
  • Jackie

    October 22, 2007, 10:28 am

    Hi there i’m needing some funding to add to our existing church as well as finishing the inside of our church but we lack funds. please help

  • Pr. Paul Dina

    December 8, 2008, 6:46 pm

    I am planning to plant a church, but lacking of funds. Please I need help. And together you can make a difference.

  • sam

    May 12, 2010, 4:35 am

    we are planning to plant a church.we have acquired landed property for it but needs financial help to transform our vision to reality.love you all.

  • Rev. Hanrilie Salem

    February 27, 2011, 6:28 am

    Hi I’mtlsnatching for the Lord and church planting ministry is what my passion is all about. I am A married person with one wife and with two sons and we are now seriously praying for finances for the furtherance of the Lord’s work here in the Philippines where lots of least fortunate children, youth groups and adult individual who are still in need of a Savior.Your help in this endeavor will make a difference in the area God is leading me and my family for His cause.I’m praying for a church lot and provision for the Rice Ministry for those who will attend and finished the Bible study since this is a pioneering work. In our little capacity we will do everything we can and at all cost for sake of the Gospel of Christ for the salvation of those lost souls.
    Thanks a lot for being a help in the cause for Christ.

  • Rev. Hanrilie Salem

    February 27, 2011, 6:44 am

    Hi I’m engage with soul-winning and soul-snatching for the Lord and church planting ministry is what my passion is all about. I am A married person with one wife and with two sons and we are now seriously praying for finances for the furtherance of the Lord’s work here in the Philippines where lots of least fortunate children, youth groups and adult individual who are still in need of a Savior.Your help in this endeavor will make a difference in the area God is leading me and my family for His cause.I’m praying for a church lot and provision for the Rice Ministry for those who will attend and finished the Bible study since this is a pioneering work. In our little capacity we will do everything we can and at all cost for sake of the Gospel of Christ for the salvation of those lost souls.
    Thanks a lot for being a help in the cause for Christ.

  • pastor allen rowe jr.

    March 30, 2011, 12:00 pm

    hi we have just planted a church back feb.2010 with 10 member we are at 30 now,we have lease with option to buy,we have a two year contruct the church has 2800sq ft.sitting on three lots askin price 55,000.we have put about 5,000 in it,we need fund to buy it.we pay 300.00 mo.lease.whatever you can do will be app.thank’s pastor rowe.p.s. an may god bless you.

  • Frederick Alang Kum

    April 18, 2011, 5:40 pm

    Thanks Brother Drew for your brilliant ideas on tentmaking. Actually this has been my pro-occupation since I started missionary work in this poverty stricken country of Guinea-Bissau. So our church startde a Nursery and Primary school in Bissau city in 2007 and now we have 300 children enrolled. The school is on temporary structure which we rent. It is not conducive for a school. The school brought in a benefit of about 5000USD last year which we used to plant two churches. But we need your help with a grant for the construction of the school on the land we bought.

    Secondly if you can help us with funds for arice husking machine worth 2700USD then we will use the proceeds to plant our next church. Plaese help us if you can. Truly I want to create as many employment avenues for the jobless youths in this country particularly those in the churches.

    Positive I am. God bless you.

    Frederick Kum

  • Pastor Samuel Kalulu Bogere

    August 24, 2012, 2:10 pm

    Dear Brother Drew,

    Did you know that in Uganda: 54% of kids ever get to see the inside of a high school classroom. 56% of kids will die from starvation or easily curable diseases before the see adulthood 41% of the population is literate.

    When I’m asked why we should care about what happens in Uganda, I think about Jonah. When first came to our school she couldn’t read. As the eldest sister, she was in charge of caring for her siblings while her parents went out and worked. Her future looked bleak: without an education, she was destined to live a life on the streets. Because of our child mentors and church support we were able to provide comprehensive care for Jonah’s whole family. Sophie got to attend school, while her younger siblings were also cared fore.

    Jonah is in technical school now. His goal? To become an engineer and come back to work with CESOVOC-UG children to provide much needed health care. Investing in Jonah’s life, was like multiplying the investment and investing in all the children of Uganda.

    This year, we have the ambitious goal of caring for 200 orphans and planting a church in one of the poorest sub county in Uganda that is Apopongi. Won’t you consider helping us give the children of Uganda a brighter future? After all, investing in one child, is investing in an entire community.
    Yours faithfully,
    Pastor Samuel K. B