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catalog offers these life-giving options and many more. We invite you to join us as we work together for a more just and loving world. Linda Adams, Director.
better GIVING global HOPE ICCM & SEED CHRISTMAS GIFT CATALOG 2014 FROM INTERNATIONAL CHILD CARE MINISTRIES & SEED: SUSTAINABLE EMPOWERMENT through ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased. - HEBREWS 13:16

Giving for Good We know you want your giving to do the most good it possibly can. You want to make an impact for good that lasts for years and even generations. Sponsoring a child is the centerpiece of ICCM’s strategy. Research shows that this gospel-based infusion of hope and practical assistance makes a huge difference in the trajectory of a child’s life. But you can do even more good, expanding your impact and lifting whole families and communities. Giving food or clean water meets life’s most basic needs for many; building or furnishing a classroom or training teachers improves the quality of education for a whole school. Planting trees restores health to an entire ecosystem. Supporting SEED livelihood groups by buying their products helps them to earn a living wage and enjoy the dignity of supporting their families. Our ICCM and SEED catalog offers these life-giving options and many more. We invite you to join us as we work together for a more just and loving world.

Linda Adams, Director International Child Care Ministries

FOOD FUNDS CLEAN WATER & ANIMALS SPIRITUAL FOOD ANTI-SLAVERY EFFORTS TRANSFORMING HAITI BEYOND SPONSORSHIP

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SEED CAPITAL PROJECTS 13 SEED ARTISAN GIFTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD 14-20 GIFTS FOR KIDS & $10 & UNDER 21-22

Choose from handcrafted gifts made by livelihood groups starting on page 14.

Giving Hope: |Sponsorship More than a billion children in our world live on less than $2 a day. Connecting one of these children with a sponsor is the most strategic way to end child poverty. You can be that sponsor! For only $30 a month, a dollar a day, you can begin a relationship that changes a child’s future forever. Besides your monthly donation, you can pray for your child, write and receive letters, and send and receive photos. All of these things communicate to the child, “You are special!” Your gift supports the child’s spiritual, mental, physical, and social development and offers that intangible benefit—hope! Scan the QR code to go to our website sponsor page or go to: www.childcareministries.org/sponsor/

Visit our website or call our office to select from hundreds of waiting children.

GIVE ONLINE at BetterGivingGlobalHope.org or by PHONE at 1.800.342.5531 EXT 502

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I was hungry, and you fed me. — JESUS IN MATTHEW 25:35

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Scan to see the benefits of donating to the India Rice Fund.

GLOBAL HOPE: LIFE-GIVING GIFTS OF FOOD INDIA RICE FUND

HAITI FOOD FUND

BURUNDI FOOD FUND

Hunger is the #1 cause of death in India. Astonishingly, 1/3 of the world’s hungry people live in India. Almost 1/2 of the children in India are stunted due to malnutrition.

Ask a child, “What’s your favorite subject in school?” and he or she might answer, “Lunch!” For many children in Haiti, lunch is a primary motivator to attend school. Sometimes it’s their only meal of the day. We have even received reports of children fainting on Monday because they haven’t eaten anything over the weekend.

According to the World Bank, Burundi, Africa is among the least-developed countries in the world, with an average income of 66 cents a day. One in every five Burundians is a child under 5 years old, and malnutrition is rampant. ICCM funds a unique early childhood intervention with a porridge called Busoma.

Contributions to the Haiti Food Fund provide school lunches to 20,000 children—sponsored and unsponsored—at our 53 primary schools. The need is urgent year-round, because some schools offer lunch programs even on school breaks so children won’t go hungry. A small gift goes a long way, at only 15 cents per lunch.

Busoma has been tested by government nutrition experts and confirmed to be a highly beneficial whole food. Our partners produce 88,000 servings per month and distribute it to mothers and toddlers. They also provide it for students, widows, and hospital patients at Kibuye Hope Hospital.

RICE FOR CHILDREN IN INDIA @ 45¢ EACH

MEALS FOR CHILDREN IN HAITI @ 15¢ EACH

BUSOMA FOR CHILDREN IN BURUNDI @ 12¢ EACH

1,000 MEALS

$450

1,000 MEALS

$150

1,000 MEALS

$120

100 MEALS

$45

100 MEALS

$15

100 MEALS

$12

ICCM hostels in India provide a loving home for well over 1,000 children. Some are orphans; others come from families too poor to feed them or allow them to attend school; others live too far from a school, and so access our residential care during school terms. The India Rice Fund provides additional food for our hostels, since sponsorship funds are insufficient for 24/7 care. In addition, the Rice Fund supplies meals for several daycare centers serving AIDS-impacted children and street kids.

ICCM gratefully accepts any amount over or under the suggested donation.

GIVE ONLINE at BetterGivingGlobalHope.org or by PHONE at 1.800.342.5531 EXT 502

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better giving: clean water

Almost 2,000 children a day die from diarrhea caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation. You can change that. LIFETIME WATER FILTER

WATER WELL

Unclean water impacts millions of people in many of the countries where our sponsored children live. For $50, you can purchase a filter for a family. With proper use and simple back-flushing this filter will last a lifetime, filtering out 99.9999% of harmful bacteria.

Women and children in Africa and Asia routinely carry 40 pounds of water on their heads. Some children cannot attend school because they spend several hours a day carrying water. In partnership with Clear Blue Global Water Project, we are able to drill and equip a well that will sustain life not just for school children but, in some cases, for an entire village.

Learn more about Sawyer Water Filters: www.pointonefilter.com

Learn more at: www.clearblueproject.com

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LIFETIME WATER FILTER $50 WATER WELL $5,000*

*ICCM gratefully accepts any amount over or under the suggested donation.

better giving: nutrition & income The gift of an animal brings life. One farm animal can make a big difference in the economic life of a poor family — giving milk, eggs, and/or meat for nutrition, and reproducing to multiply and extend the benefit. Pound for pound, chickens provide the most protein of any animal, and can live almost anywhere without costly upkeep. Our cow project in Rwanda has sustained itself and multiplied many times over during the past 13 years. In India, water buffalo provide milk and generate income for our hostels. To donate an animal for your sponsored child, please see country-specific prices on our website or call our office. Some children may not be able to receive an animal due to their living situation. Catalog prices are average costs of the animals.

CHICKEN

$10

ROOSTER

$10

RABBIT

$10

PIG

$50

GOAT

$60

SHEEP

$85

BULL

$200

COW

$400

WATER BUFFALO* $1,628 SHARE IN A WATER BUFFALO* $100

*a gift to an entire children’s hostel.

GIVE ONLINE at BetterGivingGlobalHope.org or by PHONE at 1.800.342.5531 EXT 502

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People do not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God. - JESUS IN MATTHEW 4:4

GLOBAL HOPE: SPIRITUAL FOOD Nothing matters more than the spiritual life of a child. Invest for eternity through your gifts. BIBLES & SONG BOOKS BIBLE $10 SONG BOOK $10 500 CHILDREN’S VBS 100 CHILDREN’S VBS

$500* $100*

*ICCM gratefully accepts any amount over or under the suggested donation.

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Most of us have several Bibles in our homes, in a variety of English translations. We can hardly imagine how precious a single Bible in a child’s mother tongue can be. In it, children discover words of life and transformation! A song book is also a cherished possession, as children in most of ICCM’s countries carry their own song book to church and use it all week at home. Our goal is that all of our sponsored children will have a Bible and a song book of their own.

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Through ICCM’s support last summer, almost 19,000 children attended 500 Vacation Bible Schools in five states of India. Over 1200 teachers led activities in four languages for this colossal outreach among tribal villages. Many of the children learned about God’s love for them for the very first time. Can we reach 20,000 in 2015?

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GLOBAL HOPE: DEFENDING + PROTECTING CHILDREN Become a new abolitionist. Join in our efforts to end 21st-Century slavery.

ANTI-TRAFFICKING INITIATIVES

Sponsoring children keeps them in school, improving their chances in life. For some especially vulnerable children, sponsorship allows them to live in a safe and loving home environment, with supervised walks or rides to school for their protection. In those places, we also empower and equip them against traffickers.

$10-$1,000*

ICCM residences in Thailand, the Philippines, and Colombia provide such care. Our most recently supported project is called Findesin, a home in Bogotá, Colombia, for girls who have been abused or abandoned. In India, over 1,000 children and the adults who serve them have been educated to prevent exploitation through Stand for Children. ICCM partners with The Set Free Movement, raising awareness and changing futures.

ATA HOSTEL SUPPORT

Learn more at: www.setfreemovement.org

LAHU HOSTEL SUPPORT $10-$1,000* STAND FOR CHILDREN SUPPORT $10-$1,000* $10-$1,000* FINDESIN SUPPORT $10-$1,000* *ICCM gratefully accepts any amount over or under the suggested donation.

GIVE ONLINE at BetterGivingGlobalHope.org or by PHONE at 1.800.342.5531 EXT 502

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GLOBAL HOPE: TRANSFORMING HAITI EMERGING LEADERS, ICCM GRADUATES

Even the brightest and best students who graduate from our secondary schools in Haiti almost never have the opportunity to attend university. Their dreams of making a difference for their society through professions like nursing, business administration, education, government, agriculture, or development go unfulfilled. Our Emerging Leaders program is changing that for a very few. Haiti Providence University is a small, fully accredited Christian liberal arts college with a giant vision for improving Haiti and impacting the world. A Haitian student can attend for a fraction of the cost of a higher education in the US. Perhaps your family or church could sponsor a student’s university education, making dreams come true. HAITI PROVIDENCE UNIVERSITY 1-YEAR SCHOLARSHIP: $2,500

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HAITI TEACHER TRAINING

Every summer, 500 Haitian teachers and school directors in ICCM schools draw inspiration from American educators who volunteer their time to lead a Teacher Training Seminar in Haiti. As of 2014, the seminar now allows teachers to work toward a degree through Haiti Providence University. Supporting this effort improves the entire educational experience for all our children in Haiti.

Some of Haiti’s chronic problems stem from its 98% deforestation. EDEN REFORESTATION PARTNERSHIP IN HAITI

Planting millions of trees are essential for Haiti’s survival. Teachers and children are now learning about Creation Care and SCHOOL DESK MATERIALS Reforestation and planting thousands of Next July, a large work team will be seeds through “hands in the dirt” pilot heading to Haiti in conjunction with the Free projects. Eden is a seasoned and Methodist Church USA General Conference cost-effective reforestation movement, in Orlando. The team hopes to build hunand our shared commitment to Haiti is dreds of desks for school children. Materials strong and growing. for the combination desk and bench cost $125. How many desks could your group donate? Learn more at: www. 1 TEACHER’S ATTENDANCE $50

1 DESK

$125

100 TREES $10

1,000 TREES $100

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FUEL EFFICIENT WOOD STOVE Eden recommends TLUD (Top Loading Up Draft) stoves, made in Haiti. These stoves cut down wood consumption by 70% and can run on wood, charcoal, or dry grass, seed pods, and sticks. TLUD stoves have lower emissions than any other stove, and most emissions are carbon dioxide and water vapor, reducing harmful health impacts from traditional charcoal stoves. PROPANE STOVE The need to stop cutting down trees to make charcoal is so urgent that Eden recommends the use of simple propane stoves. Emissions from propane stoves are significantly less damaging to people’s health and the fuel savings far surpass the cost. Propane stoves save 50% of a family’s fuel bill compared to charcoal. Many are eager to change their means of cooking and start saving now! TLUD STOVE PROPANE STOVE

$15 $50

BETTER GIVING: BEYOND SPONSORSHIP SPECIAL PROJECTS

ANN’S ANGEL FUND

One of our most important and strategic fund categories is “Special Projects.” Special Projects money constructs classrooms, helps new hostels function while children are gaining sponsors, provides leadership development opportunities for staff around the world, and enhances children’s sponsorship experience with special programs, to name only a few. Special Projects donations are essential to the quality of ICCM’s work around the world!

Access to medical care is severely limited for most of the children in the countries where ICCM serves. Children with medical needs are often brought to the attention of church leaders, who appeal to ICCM for help. Ann’s Angel Fund can help in some cases. Replenishing this fund allows us to act swiftly when the need is urgent.

SPECIAL PROJECTS

ANY AMOUNT

ANN’S ANGEL FUND

ANY AMOUNT

GIVE ONLINE at BetterGivingGlobalHope.org or by PHONE at 1.800.342.5531 EXT 502

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BETTER GIVING THROUGH SEED SEED partners with Free Methodist-related small business groups around the world. SEED helps groups do micro-enterprise ministry that makes sense in the local communities. Sometimes SEED works with artisan group ministries to develop and market their handicrafts. Sometimes we raise SEED Capital to launch groups doing other kinds of micro-enterprise. In the following pages you will find many wonderful ways that you can help!

SHARE SEED

SEED T-SHIRTS

SOFT, COMFORTABLE, FAIR TRADE. SEE WEBSITE TO ORDER YOUR SIZE & COLOR.

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DONATE

Buy fair trade gifts that bless the person receiving them and the group that made them! Order from this catalog, go online for hundreds more products, or buy gift certificates.

Contact us online if you’re interested in representing SEED in your area, multiplying SEED’s reach.

Make your dollars stretch further with direct donations toward SEED’s work with livelihood groups around the world.

INVEST IN SEED CAPITAL See the next page for ways you can help groups that do microenterprise besides handicrafts.

HOST As a trunk show host, or by hosting SEED tables at an event, you can bring SEED to new people and give them the opportunity to support small business ministries that make a difference in people’s lives.

CONNECT [email protected] 800-342-5531 ext 249 Sign up for SEED’s email newsletter. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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BETTER GIVING: SEED CAPITAL Making handicrafts isn’t for everyone.

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SEED Capital provides funds for Free Methodist churches around the world that do micro-enterprise that makes sense in their communities. These small business ministries help provide very practical income for families who are often in desperate poverty. As Free Methodists, we have a robust heritage of affirming and ministering with people in poverty. Our churches around the world are full of leaders who creatively find holistic ways to help people overcome spiritual and material poverty. HERE ARE SOME OF THE GROUPS WHO HAVE RECEIVED SEED CAPITAL AND “GRADUATED”: WOMEN’S LITERACY PROJECTS (INDIA) GROUP SWINE PROJECTS (PHILIPPINES - AMPARO) FOOD CART AND SMALL GROCERY STORE (PHILIPPINES) ANIMALS & CONSTRUCTION COSTS (PHILIPPINES - AHON COMMUNITY CENTER) • SEWING TRAINING CENTER (ETHIOPIA)

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GIVE HOPE: CHRISTMAS 2014 PROJECT This Christmas season, we are focusing on one SEED Capital project, and aiming to knock it out of the park.

VIDA RAIZ - ESTERILLOS, COSTA RICA

SOIL & COMPOSTED MANURE $40

Vida Raiz (life-root), in partnership with Pura Vida Church of Esterillos, Costa Rica, will work with their community through organic gardening to provide food, education, and income to families.

CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS + SEEDLINGS $100

Esterillos is one of the worst areas of Costa Rica in terms of education and job opportunities, especially for women. Most of the population are day laborers barely making subsistence wages. Funds donated will purchase the supplies, soil, seeds, and seedlings to start home-based and community gardens, creating margin in life for families.

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FOR ONE FAMILY’S GARDEN

TO START ONE GARDEN

ALL MATERIALS FOR ONE FAMILY’S GARDEN $200 ALL MATERIALS FOR ONE COMMUNITY GARDEN

$1000

HELPS SUSTAIN AROUND 8 - 10 FAMILIES

SEED gratefully accepts any amount over or under the suggested donation.

Any excess funds will be used in the SEED Development fund, providing smaller amounts of startup capital to launch groups (without having to make frequent appeals) and support livelihood work worldwide.

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BABY ALPACA INFINITY SCARF THIS HAND-KNIT, INCREDIBLY SOFT, ALPACA SCARF IS NATURE’S WAY OF KEEPING YOU WARM. PERFECT EVERYDAY WITH EVERYTHING.

PERUVIAN FABRIC BRACELET

(THIN BAND) PEM-30-602 $8.50 (THICK BAND) PEM-30-603 $10.25

AMBER TRIANGLE EARRINGS (ON MODEL)

PEM-30-120 $10

BABY ALPACA INFINITY SCARF PEM-40-402 $54 CREAM, SAGE, TURQ

ADULT CHULLO HAT

PEM-40-651 $19.50 BLACK/WHITE, NAVY/GRAY, GRAY/TURQ

Mujeres Jireh: Peru A network of women in Free Methodist churches throughout Peru, the “Mujeres Jireh” use their earnings to better support themselves and their families and to support ministries to women in their country. MEN’S PERUVIAN WALLET

DYED WITH NATURAL DYES AND WOVEN ON A LOOM. LEATHER INTERIOR. PEM-10-921 $17

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BEADS EMPOWERING UGANDA The women and men of Beads Empowering Uganda work together to create these beautiful beads and unique jewelry and ornaments. With their earnings, they can provide for their families, send their children to school, pay for medical care, and hope for the future.

Beads are made from up-cycled posters, cut in various shapes, rolled, and finished with a clear coating that turns them into lasting beads of unique and intricate beauty.

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STARS NECKLACE UGB-30-151 $16.50 HOOP EARRINGS UGB-30-431 $9 STRETCH BRACELETS UGB-30-331$6.50 COIL BRACELETS UGB-30-311 $8.50

CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS

SET OF THREE 8-POINT STAR CROSS 5-POINT STAR

UGB-80-111 UGB-80-103 UGB-80-101 UGB-80-102

$11 $4 $4 $4

M FA NI CROCHETED NECKLACE/WRAP BRACELET (BLACK, TURQUOISE, WHITE) PHH-30-211

$8

Hands & Hearts: PHILIPPINES “Mabuhay!” - a common greeting in the Philippines - literally means to live or thrive. Hands and Hearts for Mission is a micro-enterprise venture of the Filipino Free Methodist Church that helps provide better lives for families, support for church planting, and funds for additional income-generating projects. Enjoy this jewelry that comes from, or is inspired by, the ocean that surrounds this beautiful country of islands.

SHELL PEARLY DISKS EARRINGS PHH-30-121 $11 CROCHETED FAN EARRINGS EMERALD OR TURQUOISE PHH-30-251 $9 CROCHETED CIRCLES BRACELET EMERALD OR TURQUOISE PHH-30-237 $9 SAND CROCHET WOOD BEAD BRACELET PHH-30-221 $10.50 TURQ SEA BEAD & LOOP BRACELET PHH-30-223 $10.50

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NATURAL BONE FROM DOMESTIC ANIMALS, RECLAIMED, THEN BEADED INTO WORKS OF ART BY FARAJA WIDOWS. BONE EARRINGS - SMALL TEARDROPS WHITE, BLUE, RED KYF-30-191 $10 BONE “BRIDE” NECKLACE BROWN OR WHITE KYF-30-12

faraja widows:KENYA— This unique jewelry is made by a group of widows affected by HIV/AIDS who live in Kibera slum. Your purchase helps them as they support one another and struggle against tremendous odds to provide for themselves, their children and grandchildren. SISAL FIBER SHOULDER BAG

W/ VIBRANT KENYAN PRINT LINING BLCK, NATRL, RED, TURQ KYF-10-211 $32

BONE EARRINGS - SMALL TEARDROPS WHITE, BLUE, RED

KYF-30-191

$10

BONE EARRINGS - LONG TEARDROPS BLUE, RED, TURQ

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KYF-30-193

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AN M OH HANDWOVEN TABLE LINENS RUNNERS, PLACEMATS & NAPKINS, ALL HAND WOVEN BY THE WEAVERS OF DAYANAND HAND LOOM GROUP. PLACEMATS RED, RED & WHITE, SKY BLUE, BLACK IND-50-24 SET OF 4 $18 IND-50-26 SET OF 6 $24.50 NAPKINS : RED, CREAM IND-50-34 SET OF 4 $12 IND-50-36 SET OF 6 $18 (LIMITED QUANTITIES IN SOME COLORS - SEE WEBSITE)

Dayanand weavers: India— People’s bodies may have been ravaged by Hansen’s disease, but their spirit of perseverance and joy shines through in their strong, intricate, and unique woven creations.

TABLE RUNNERS

RED OR SKY BLUE. EITHER SOLID COLOR OR WHITE & BLACK ACCENTS IND-50-1

CROSS BOOKMARK

(8”) BLUE, BROWN, RED, TEAL, BURGUNDY, MORE ON THE WEBSITE IND-70-611 $2.50

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OVERCOMERS: EAST ASIA Disabled, orphaned, or trafficked, these women were marginalized by their society. But now they are overcomers, learning skills to earn a sustainable livelihood and growing in love and hope for themselves and others. HOBO BAG W/ ALTERNATE STRAPS GRAY WITH PINK BROCADE LINING. PINK 9” STRAP & GRAY CROSS-BODY STRAP EAO-10-152 $44 WEEKENDER BAG - TEXTURED TAUPE TEXTURED TAUPE, GRANITE BLUE EAO-10-111 $42.50

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BROCADE TOILETRY BAGS PALE GOLD, TURQUOISE, DARK PURPLE EAO-10-450 SMALL $8.50 EAO-10-452 MED $11.00

SO RI YA CAMBODIAN WRAP SKIRT CBR-40-251 RED $22

Reaksmei: Cambodia Reaksmei means “light.” Phnom Penh-area Free Methodist churches created this micro-enterprise network of people supporting their families and funding much of the outreach to their communities. Reaksmei also provides vocational training for young people. TURQUOISE MOONFLOWER BAG CAMBODIAN FABRIC BAG WITH A MOONFLOWER PULL, HAND-CARVED FROM A COCONUT SHELL CBR-10-501 $11

HAND-CARVED COCONUT KEY CHAINS CBR-30-110 ELEPHANTS $5.50 CBR-30-111 GECKO $5 CBR-30-112 LOTUS $5

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ALL KIDS’ CHRISTMAS TOYS ON SALE: NATIVITY SET IN WOVEN BASKET CBR-80-211 $16.50 $14.50 SNOWMAN W/PERU CHULLO HAT NAVY/GRAY, RED/GREEN, TURQ/BROWN PEM-80-111 $16.50 $11.00

KID’S CHULLO HAT - FLEECE-LINED ALPACA-BLEND SOFTNESS NAVY OR PINK PEM-40-655 $16.50 KID’S CANVAS BACKPACK RED PANDA, PINK BUTTERFLY EAO-10-30 $18.75 FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS W/ WOOD BEADS GREEN, PINK, TURQUOISE, YELLOW PHH-30-241 $5

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FOR KIDS

$10 +UNDER CARVED COCONUT ELEPHANT JEWELRY NECKLACE CBR-30-122 $9.50 EARRINGS CBR-30-202 $8.50 TAGUA EARRINGS - 3 SLICES PEM-30-140 $11 BLK, EMRLD, TERRA KEYCHAIN WITH PAPER BEADS UGB-30-701 $5 LUGGAGE TAGS SMALL COMES IN FAUX LEATHER (GRY OR GRN) OR GREEN BROCADE. LARGE COMES IN RED BROCADE. EAO-60-30 (SMALL) $3.50 EAO-60-31 (LARGE) $4.50 SLEEP MASK BROWN COTTON, RED OR GREEN BROCADE EAO-60-20 $5 BROCADE JEWELRY BAG GRN, RED, BLU, GLD, TURQ, PRPL EAO-10-910 $10

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INTERNATIONAL CHILD CARE MINISTRIES / SEED FREE METHODIST CHURCH - USA 770 N HIGH SCHOOL RD INDIANAPOLIS IN 46214 800.342.5531 WWW.BETTERGIVINGGLOBALHOPE.ORG FREE METHODIST CHURCH – USA

ICCM & SEED CHRISTMAS GIFT CATALOG 2014

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