Preditos is a sister organisation of SPUR Christian Projects.
SPUR Christian Projects was established in 2012 by Jim Clark to spur Christians on to love and good deeds.
The first project is based around the greatest commandment and loving God. When the commandment is introduced in Deuteronomy 6, we are told to tie it around our hands and heads and to write them on our door frames and gates. So, as well as challenging Christians to love God, we have produced and sourced some everyday stuff to remind us to love God wholeheartedly.
Our aim is to produce quality, fairly-traded, well-designed, contemporary stuff with a good message. In our t-shirts and hoodies, we reckon that we've hit the mark and we're offering a quality alternative to high street designer wear but at a reasonable price.
We have a great young British designer, Sarah Clark, on board (see Sarah's website) and our gear has been designed to be on-trend for the UK market.
Both Preditos and SPUR Christian Projects are not-for-profit. Any surplus or profit will be used to fund the following -
CAFMACP Bugbay Schools Project
The Christian Alliance for Missions and Church Planting (CAFMACP) in Liberia has an ambitious vision to see children and young people get out of the poverty trap through education. The centrepiece of this vision is a schools campus at Bugbay in Bomi County that will educate over 1,000 children and young people who have no access to a stable education. It will provide a Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior and Senior High School.Bethany Christian Trust, Edinburgh
Bethany Christian Trust supports 4,000 homeless and vulnerable people every year in Scotland to find, equip and maintain a home within their local community. As well as meeting housing needs, they provide support to individuals and families to help them tackle long-term homelessness problems including addictions, debt, lack of furniture, unemployment and social isolation.
Christian Youthwork in Midlothian and surrounding areas
Midlothian lies to the south of Edinburgh and has a population of over 80,000 people. Young people in Midlothian have limited access to Christian youth workers and services, with some towns and villages having none at all.
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