WHAT WE DO
HOPE 29:11 Resources, Inc. is a faith based 501c3 not for profit organization developed with a desire in reducing the homelessness and recidivism rate in the community, by assisting those who are transitioning from addiction recovery, homelessness and incarceration. We provide resources such as employment referral information, transportation (trolley passes), free clothing. HOPE 29:11 Resources, Inc. is not a program but a resource to assist those who desire it with "Strategies for New Life".
Who We Are
Betty Winfield-Atkinson, has a heart for those who are hurting and feeling hopeless. She understands those who are struggling, because of her past experience with addiction. In 2017, Hope 29:11 Resources, Inc. was founded, to assist those who are transitioning from addiction recovery, homelessness, and incarceration.
"The choices of your past does not determine your future." - Betty Winfield-Atkinson
WHAT WE DO
MissionMerch is a unique retailer that specializes in handcrafted, one of a kind personal items made by global missionaries.
By shopping with MissionMerch you are embracing, equipping and empowering the women and children we serve. Purchasing our products gives job training and jobs, It provides education for children and women, medical care and more. It gives hope and sustainability! 100% of product sales go to support missionaries, rescued women and children and ministries serving them locally and internationally. Purchase with purpose.
Organizations we support include:
Bourbon Street House of Prayer
Pastors Garrett & Erica McKenzie
In Deed & Truth
Serving the people of South Sudan
The Potter's House &
Round Tree Pottery
WHAT WE DO
Nolan Windholtz Ministries is a non-denominational Ministry. Specifically called to serve the Body of Christ and reach the lost. Unique in character, distinctively Christian. "Until Christ is formed in you.
Round Tree Pottery founder and President at The Potter's House, Nolan Windholtz, has been a minister of the gospel for 30 years. Round Tree Pottery, which got its start in 1999, was once distributed in over 400 galleries and fine craft shops throughout America. Presently only about 60 stores still carry Nolan's work. America's most collected clay artist. Connect with him here on Facebook.
Who I am
I am the president of The Potter' House Ministry and The Nissi Project, ministries that have taken on all aspects of Kingdom life in Uganda. From Orphanage/School for orphans and disadvantaged children. Agriculture. Vocational equipping and training at Gnuine Jinja Restaurant and Pottery. While maintaining a strong evangelistic outreach in all areas of Uganda and other places around the world but mostly in Uganda.