Thursday, July 9, 2009

What People Are Saying

Honestly, I've been "making t-shirts" for over 10 years for my ministry, and I haven't seen anything like the stuff that Mission Threads is coming out with in years. They are fresh, hip and truly cutting edge. I'd work with them in a heart beat, not just because I think their stuff is cool, but I also think they're amazing people that truly understand the word Mission.

Tammy Trent


"It's always exciting when true creativity and purpose finds it's way into something as cool as a t-shirt company. Mission Threads is a wonderful ministry that not only helps people raise funds, but benefits missions and overseas ministry. I love my Mission Threads t-shirt not only because I know it is helping further the message of Jesus, but I love to wear it because it looks awesome!"

Alisa Childers


"We're all walking advertisements for something in how we present ourselves and what we wear. I'm proud to wear my Mission Threads shirt because I believe so much in the heart, sincerity, and pupose behind it! I LOVE that they are helping people make a difference in missions for the sake of Christ. On top of that, they have GREAT designs!" 

Kristin Schweain – Colman Blue and formerly of Dove award winning ZOEgirl and


"This company is run with great integrity and creativity. I would recommend Mission Threads to anyone!"
Chrissy Katina – Colman Blue and formerly of Dove award winning,ZOEgirl


Mission Threads is the marrying of spiritual reality with something tangible that works in several ways: 1) It reminds people of what they have done to bring the Kingdom of God to people the world over 2) It reminds people to continue to support missions and 3) its cool clothing you actually want to wear. This is a must have for any missionary's tool box and a cool addition to the wardrobe. Win-win? Absolutely.
Jeremy Meyer


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