Progress can be a tricky business. It’s not always quantifiable, it’s sometimes uncomfortable, and it often requires a third-party perspective or a second opinion.
Capture Collective has come alongside dozens of nonprofits, ministries, and individuals to help express their passion through their identity, operation, and marketing.
This type of partnership demands patience, deep industry experience, and a flexibility that most agencies and contractors lack.
We make. We create. We ship. Whether it’s digital, social, or apparel, we have the tools and the expertise needed to express your vision through creative production.
Capture Collective won’t waste your precious resources on ‘bleeding-edge’ tools and ‘ultra-premium’ aesthetics.
We create appropriate solutions that take full advantage of off-the-shelf technology and mission-minded volunteers so that your cost is low and your mission is accomplished.
Special initiatives allow us to bring together people, resources, and ideas needed to research, create, and implement effective service programs.
We want to take the learning curve out of taking action by sharing the knowledge of what efforts are bearing fruit throughout the Body of Christ.
We study the efforts of those who are serving their communities, supporting their local nonprofits, and loving their neighbors so that we can help others replicate their efforts.
When we are diligent to use our gifts to serve others out of love as the Body of Christ, He uses our good work as a foundation for creating changed lives.
Capture Collective adopts the passion of Christ-centered organizations, utilizing an expert and discerning understanding of culture and technology to enable them to continue their Good Work.
We do this in order to enable these organizations to effectively continue their Good Work despite the constantly changing currents of culture and technology.
This partnership acknowledges a shared responsibility as the Body of Christ to love others using our gifts in diligent service. By serving each other, we enable each other to be effective servants of all.
Work can only be called good when God uses our diligent efforts to serve others, show his love, and prepare the hearts of His people for the Holy Spirit to redeem souls and change lives.
That is why Capture Collective is all about Good Work. Our good work, your good work, and the good work of Christ-centered organizations.
He gives us the fields so that we may give him the harvest. And the only way to harvest the fields is by joining the Holy Spirit in His Good Work and rejoicing in the resulting Changed Lives!
We take the time to understand your passion and vision. This requires patience and trust, and it enables us to supplement your efforts and truly support your mission.
You are not an island. You are surrounded by the culture you are trying to reach. Only by fully understanding this context can your identity and message move people to act.
The tools and knowledge that once were expensive and scarce are now abundant and cheap. We know how to sift through the heap to find and implement appropriate technology.
The joy of giving is a fair trade for the sacrifices of little day to day things. Sacrificing something you hold close will go a long way for Capture and our ability to serve mission organizations.
and give $3 instead of
buying a fancy latte
and give $5 instead of
buying a cheesy one
and give $10 instead of
eating at a restaurant
and give $15 instead of
buying a new dvd
and give $20 instead of
a night out with friends
and give $30 instead of
going to a live show
and give $50 instead of
putting gas in your car
and give $75 instead of
watching televised sports
and give $100 instead of
staying in a hotel
We are a nonprofit corporation that has filed form1023 with the IRS. Current 501(c)(3) status is pending.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us!
Photo by Martin Zinggl/MSF
Deddeh has recovered from Ebola and celebrates her joy. Out of solidarity she has decided to stay in the Ebola treatment area to take care of Elijah, a three-month-old baby who lost his mother to Ebola and has also been infected. Deddeh is now safe from contracting the disease.
And this is love…
Life moves to quickly to not be involved and loving our local communities. Do not let excuses run your choices. Take the risk.
“Therefore, get your minds ready for work, keep yourselves under control, and fix your hopes fully on the gift you will receive when Yeshua the Messiah is revealed.” 1 Peter 1:13 – 1. Prepare your minds for work. 2. Practice self control. 3. Fix your hope on the gifts that come in being joined to our precious Redeemer.
1 Peter 1:13 –
1. Prepare your minds for work.
2. Practice self control.
3. Fix your hope on the gifts that come in being joined to our precious Redeemer.
“I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” C.S. Lewis ― Through what lens are you looking at life? Be confident in your roots and pursue Truth. By it, you will know love, joy, peace, faithfulness, goodness, kindness, and mercy. Receive these things by faith with the expectation to share them freely with others.
C.S. Lewis ―
Through what lens are you looking at life?
Be confident in your roots and pursue Truth. By it, you will know love, joy, peace, faithfulness, goodness, kindness, and mercy. Receive these things by faith with the expectation to share them freely with others.
Where you’ve been is not where you are, and where you are is not where you’ll always be. Let go. Look ahead. Move forward.
[Design from Melody Hansen]
Each stumble or slip is an opportunity to grow and mature. Take heart, you are being shaped. Sometimes the poking and prodding hurts, but in the end you will be transformed into someone infinitely more beautiful than before.
“Pain is real, but so is HOPE.” Life can be a storm, but find hope, rest, and great courage in knowing that God is in the midst of the storm with you; He is breaking and molding you for your own good and for His great glory. But as for me, I will look to the Lord and confident in Him I will keep watch; I will wait with hope and expectancy for the God of my salvation; my God will hear me. Micah 7: 7
Life can be a storm, but find hope, rest, and great courage in knowing that God is in the midst of the storm with you; He is breaking and molding you for your own good and for His great glory.
But as for me, I will look to the Lord and confident in Him I will keep watch; I will wait with hope and expectancy for the God of my salvation; my God will hear me. Micah 7: 7
Today, I’m attempting simply to enjoy the “little things” in life… I have a warm home, a bed to sleep in, a drivable car, a job that enables me to live, a beautiful city to look out upon, a bible in my hands, a family whom I cherish, a Savior who died to set me free.
Far too often I overlook these blessings. I take them for granted by considering them small, overly familiar, or unimportant. Yet these people, activities, and beliefs have shaped and molded me into the person I am and the person I will become in 10, 20, and 30 years. The more I ponder, the more I believe that they are not so small after all.
Don’t take for granted the “little things” in life today. After all, they very well may be big things.
Austin (on the right), a high school senior from Santa Barbara, aids a 99 year old woman in constructing a ginger bread house at the launch of our newest local ministry project, Celebrate.
Here is a brief description of the need for this type of local ministry project:
There are countless reasons to gather together to celebrate throughout the year. For many of us, holidays and special occasions of any kind are things that we love because they allow us time to celebrate with those whom we love – our families and friends. For others, holidays and special occasions are a difficult time of the year because loved ones are not near.
CELEBRATE exists to bless those who find themselves isolated or alone on these holidays or special occasions. We want to find people who are worth celebrating. We are encouraging Christians to go out into their cities and to lovingly insert themselves into the lives of the forgotten, the lonely, or the discouraged. There are lots of people to love and bless during the holiday season. It’s our job to find them and share the love of Jesus with them.
Stay tuned for more information on this specific project that will be posted at the launch of our new webpage.