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CWJC

Help WorldCrafts and CWJC/CMJC Fight Poverty

Job development and the provision of sustainable, living wages are at the heart of WorldCrafts’ vision to offer an income with dignity and the hope of everlasting life to every person on earth. This vision fits hand-in-glove with the mission of Christian Women’s Job Corps and Christian Men’s Job Corps (CWJC/CMJC): to equip women and […]

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BCFM Benefits

Support Baptist Children and Family Ministries Through WorldCrafts!

We know you have a heart for vulnerable children. Your support for WorldCrafts shows it. Do you know that you can help at-risk children and their families in your own community simply by hosting a one-month online WorldCrafts benefit? All you have to do is register to become a host, and we’ll send you all the promotional materials […]

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Begin Anew Refugee Artisan Group

Begin Anew: Ministering to Refugees

The artisans of Begin Anew Refugee Artisan Group are all refugees recently resettled in the Nashville area. When these women come to the US, they are grateful they’ve been resettled in a nation of freedom. But, in the midst of these freedoms they are also bound by fear. Thrust into an unknown culture filled with  […]

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November Adoption Awareness Month

National Adoption Awareness Month

November is National Adoption Awareness Month and WorldCrafts invites you to lift up this cause with us. Throughout His Word, our Father reveals His heart about orphan care. In Deuteronomy 10:18, we learn that “He defends the cause of the fatherless and the widow, and loves the foreigner residing among you, giving them food and […]

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CWJC Benefits

Host a CWJC/CMJC Benefit & Transform Lives

Job development and the provision of sustainable, living wages are at the heart of WorldCrafts’ vision to offer an income with dignity and the hope of everlasting life to every person on earth. This vision fits hand-in-glove with the mission of Christian Women’s Job Corps and Christian Men’s Job Corps (CWJC/CMJC): to equip women and […]

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Celebrate Fair Trade

10 Ways to Celebrate Fair Trade Month

October is Fair Trade Month. Here are 10 ways you can celebrate with us! Pray The Word tells us that the prayers of the righteous are powerful and effective. Prayer is the first and best work in celebrating Fair Trade month. We’ve created a new way you can pray for WorldCrafts artisans. Download our monthly interactive […]

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WorldCrafts Partners with Arkansas Baptist Children’s Homes & Family Ministries

What do fair-trade artisans in Africa and at-risk children in Arkansas have in common? Thanks to WorldCrafts’ latest partnership initiative, both groups can benefit directly from the sale of handcrafted items ranging from jewelry and accessories to home décor and Christmas-themed craft items. WorldCrafts, established in 1996, is the fair-trade division of WMU. It recently […]

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BCFM Benefits

Help Us Minister to Vulnerable Children and Families

The Baptist Coalition for Children and Families (BCCF) is a network of Baptist organizations united in serving vulnerable children and families around the world. In 2017, BCCF positively impacted more than 662,830 families. BCCF’s Mission In its 2017 Annual Report, BCCF states, “The care for the defenseless has been part of Baptist life since the Nation’s […]

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Lifeline Children's Services

Team Up With Us to Help Lifeline Children’s Services

WorldCrafts is so happy to announce our new partnership with Lifeline Children’s Services. Through this partnership WorldCrafts joins with Lifeline to support orphaned and vulnerable children throughout the world. Families who partner with our Father in rescuing the fatherless are transformed as they experience the reality of limitless love. Who Is Lifeline? Lifeline assists families […]

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WorldCrafts Display

Put WorldCrafts on Display

Do you have a heart to join in the fight to end poverty – for mothers who don’t have enough to feed their children, much less clothe or educate them – for fathers who have to live apart from their families in order to provide the most basic necessities – for women forced to make unbearable decisions in order to survive? […]

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