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Business Plan, Partnerships

The Business Plan:

Our goal is to guide, help and empower our youth so that they can learn to give back to their communities. We want to teach our children to have the fruits of the spirit, (love, joy, peace, patience kindness, goodness, faithfulness gentleness and self control) in the way they portray themselves on a daily basis. We want to teach the younger generations by example and help them to become leaders who show generosity and the fruits of the spirit towards others.

 We are a new company who want to grow spiritually and financially. For now, we have a few humble products: a Children’s book, a Dudical Medal of Honor, Dudical Shield Pin, Christian Coin and Dudical/JAC themed stickers.

 Our parent company Ninety Ten Productions LLC has a three phase plan. The more we grow, the more can be given back to various youth organizations. In Phase 1, we will give back 30% to God and his children. In Phase 2, we will give back 60%. And our final goal and destination is to reach Phase 3, where we will give back 90%. What a blessing it would be to reach that final goal and honor God with what he deserves.

 We were wondering if we should be a non profit company. After much prayer and thought we decided that NinetyTen Productions LLC would become a profit company. To be an example of a profit company giving back to God. Like Jesus said in Revelation 3, where he counsels us to buy his gold so you may become rich. This is the gold you store in heaven.

 We advocate in developing interests in learning and getting to know Jesus. We would like to have a presence in the media arena. With good social media programs, cartoons, songs and learning agendas we can foster and encourage growth in Christianity and a relationship with Jesus.

We intended the children’s book, Adventures of the Dudicals to be a guide and inspiration for our children to learn about the Prince of Peace and do God’s work. A friend told me he plans to give the book to his brother in order for his brother to read the book to his niece. And that, in turn, might ignite a fire for his brother to come back to Jesus. That was an idea for the book I never intended. If the book helps bring back the lost sheep, who knows what else it could do? There may be many unplanned, unintended blessings we see unfold before our eyes. All praise and glory will be given to God for his blessings.

We welcome partnerships with other like minded organizations to help us promote Jesus. Together we would develop various media creations and programs to get our youth excited and inspired in God.

Partnership:

We would like to partner with our youth to come to know Jesus and build a relationship with him. We will encourage parents to regularly read the bible themselves and also encourage them to read the Bible to their young children too. If Jesus is the only way to heaven then we need to encourage, focus and build on that relationship. Let’s have a Bible Revival!

 Our plan is to partner with youth leaders in ministries and organizations. To create a fund called: God’s Treasure Chest. With the sale of our products through fundraisers, JAC would divide the profits equally. With adult advisory, the youth leadership would manage God’s Treasure Chest. The funds in The Treasure Chest would be used to help children and families in need in their church and community. The Treasure Chest could also be used to help other charities, such as an orphanage. Doing what Jesus says to do.

 We desire to form these partnerships to help develop our youth to be spiritually and financially responsible. They will acquire the wisdom and knowledge to do what is right for others. Taking care of the lost sheep, feeding them and getting strong in their love for Jesus. In finding the Way, they will never get lost.

John 21:15-17
15 When they had finished eating, Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon son of John, do you love me more than these?” “Yes, Lord,” he said, “you know that I love you.”Jesus said, “Feed my lambs.”16 Again Jesus said, “Simon son of John, do you love me?” He answered, “Yes, Lord, you know that I love you.”Jesus said, “Take care of my sheep.” 17 The third time he said to him, “Simon son of John, do you love me?” Peter was hurt because Jesus asked him the third time, “Do you love me?” He said, “Lord, you know all things; you know that I love you.” Jesus said, “Feed my sheep.

 

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Little Elm, TX 75068

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