Web on Mission Marketplace is a group of businesses that are hosted by Web on Mission with the extra purpose of supporting ministries. Each vendor or business has its own website. A small percentage of their sales goes toward a collective fund which supports a different ministry each month. The chosen ministry of the month sends out information to their supporters about the Marketplace members’ sites. The vendors are rewarded with potential new customers and the ministry is rewarded with monetary support as customers support small businesses. It is a win-win for both parties! If you would like to hear more, read the story behind Marketplace. Hosting pricing and cost comparison can be found here. Interested in being a ministry partner or participating store? Email Duffy for more information.
Shop from any or all of these stores to support our ministry partner. Just click on the images below to visit each store.
Paleo Spectrum desires to educate and empower people in their search for an optimal life full of energy and health/wellness.
Craft Cuties is a business started by a family of young sisters. Their creations include sugar scrubs, lavender wraps and hair ties.
DDC is an exciting way for ballroom dancers to both resell their own dresses by listing them on our website and shop from a great selection at reasonable prices.
We are a non-profit social enterprise that creates and sells fashion-forward handbags made by incarcerated women.
Moments Sealed is a family of four raising funds for their adoption. This crafty family makes jewelry, growth charts and crocheted items.
Binski’s Studio offers custom sewn products such as wallets, lunch boxes and e-reader cases. PDF Patterns are also available for the DIY sewer.
The Broomestix are an R&B/Soul/Funk/Pop group out of the Nashville area; an exceptional group of musicians with a stand-out vocalist.
Gill’s Bright Lights is a Christmas light wonderland. Located in Hendersonville TN, they work hard to put on an amazing display of lights. They accept donations for local non-profits in the form of food and financial donations. “It is about giving and the Christmas spirit. Why do all this work for just Christmas Lights. What better way to do give than give back to the community while doing something we love.”
Project Connect Nashville exists to help disconnected and vulnerable people build relationships with churches who will encourage and guide them, providing assistance when needed, educating and equipping them for the challenges each day brings, and celebrating every victory along the way.
Young Life doesn’t start with a program. It starts with adults concerned enough about kids to go to them, on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship. These relationships don’t happen overnight — they take time, patience, trust and consistency.
Decisions, Choices & Options exists to provide education for teens and the adults who care about them, regarding the decisions that come along with teen pregnancy. Using current, factual data on each of the three options — abortion, adoption, and parenting — we help students gain a better understanding of the short and long term effects of each choice.
What kind of businesses are in the marketplace?
How does it work for a small business (stores)?
A simple website template is set up. There are a few options of templates to choose from based on desired colors and layout of the website. You will have complete admin access to change the look and feel of your website. Design help can be contracted for an additional fee. You will be responsible for product information and inventory. You will also be responsible for fulfillment including shipping or delivery of the products and responding to questions from customers.
Questions Stores should ask (and answers)
Can I list other information about my services or store? Yes, Of course! This is your site. You can list all of your services in as much detail as you desire.