90 Cents a day! Does not seem like much does it? That is way less than a good cup of coffee. But when that 90 Cents is added up for the week and then for a month or for a year, you can begin to see the difference that a little...added up...makes over time! And when your 90 Cents a day is added to others who are giving the same amount, all of a sudden you can see what can happen among the least reached people groups.
People who sign on and in to the Heart and Soul90 Community make a one year commitment to pray 90 Seconds a day and to set aside 90 Cents a day to be dedicated to the preaching and teaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to those men, women, boys and girls who have never heard the Story... in other words, to the least reached people groups on the planet.
Heart and Soul90 does not buy property nor do we build buildings. The people groups we go to with the Gospel of Jesus Christ live essentially in either closed countries or very difficult countries in terms of preaching and teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The purchase of property and the building of places for worship is out of the question. When people become Believers they meet in homes or in other secure places where they can worship together, pray for each other, train each other and share the Gospel with others in their networks of family and friends.
90 Cents a day is dedicated to training Believers in preaching the Gospel and planting multiplying churches, printed materials (if people can read), radio broadcasts, and other such methods for helping trained global nationals preach, teach and share the Good News of Jesus among the least reached people groups. God uses the small things to accomplish HIS purposes and 90 Cents a day is one of those "small things" God uses to accomplish HIS purposes in the spreading of the Gospel to all people.
"We want YOU with us - Every people group. Every city. Every story. Every step of the way!"
Through prayer and finances, Heart and Soul90 supports the training and sending of men and women to plant multiplying churches among the most difficult, least reached people groups around the world.