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The American Christian Marketplace Authority is the gathering of individuals, families and small businesses with a Chrisitan worldview to assemble, fellowship, solve problems, do business with each other, and take care of each other's needs. The ACMA is a private membership marketplace for the exchange of goods and services and an ecosystem of social and civic engagement and activities. The ACMA is the facilitator and mediator of this community within a community.  


The ACMA will launch in two phases. The first phase will include a wide-ranging selection of services and skilled trades provided by Individual, Family and Small Business members for other members. Members have access to an online directory to search for what they need by location, member name, business name or by specific categories and subcategories. Members can search for an individual or a licensed small business to carry out the service and even find members that are willing to volunteer their service or accept trade for service for members who cannot afford to pay a regular fee.

The first phase includes a community calendar on the ACMA website to help members stay connected and in fellowship with one another. Members can host events, activities and instructional classes (free of fee-based) and make them available for members and even non-members if they choose.

The goal of the ACMA is to minimize the government in the lives of members; therefore, the ACMA provides, facilitates, maintains and mediates covenants between members. Members can mutually agree to an old-school handshake covenant, or they can utilize ACMA covenant templates to tailor any combination of financial compensation and/or trading of goods and services they agree upon. Members that need a more custom covenant can work directly with the ACMA to accomplish that. The Houshold Contribution Covenant is necessarily written to supersede the worldly tenant/landlord contract; therefore, the ACMA will always facilitate the HCC covenant between members. 


Because of the increasing need for affordable and quality housing, the Household Contribution Covenant is the ACMA Phase One flagship covenant.   

The second phase of the ACMA will focus on staffing solutions for small businesses, affiliate memberships for retail and other organizations, health insurance replacement options, and an ACMA fund to financially support members in need. 

Memberships are open to all who agree to the terms of the ACMA Membership Covenant, the Statement of Faith, the Ten Point Credo, the Christian Lifestyle, and membership dues.

"As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's multifaceted grace." 1 Peter 4:10

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  • Search the directory for:

    • Transportation to find a one-time ride for your dad to his doctor's appointment, reoccurring rides to and from work, a longer ride to visit family, or to use a member's spare car while yours is in the shop.

    • Pet Care to find a member to train your dog, sit for your pet while you're on vacation, or rehome your furry loved one if the nursing home does not allow animals. 

    • Financial Help to find members that will help you pay the deposit on a rental outside of the ACMA, help you catch up on bills or provide gift cards for rideshare or groceries.

    • Trades to find a member to replace your roof or hang drywall.

    • Labor to find general labor for home projects, moving or help on your farm or ranch.

    • Farm & Garden to find local produce, eggs and meat.

    • Mentoring to find a mentor for yourself as a single mom, for your teen, or for a family member recovering from an addiction.

    • Eldercare to find companion care or help with daily activities for your aging parent.

    • Healthcare to find a dentist, physician, nurse, or chiropractor.

    • Instruction to learn firearm safety or how to play an instrument.

    • Professional to find a family attorney, counselor or photographer.

    • There are many more categories and subcategories to meet your unique needs.    

  • Offer a free or fee-based class to teach members and non-members how to change the oil in their car or train their dog.

  • Start a prayer group or a club to train for a marathon and post it on the community calendar.

  • Host a BBQ for single moms and their kids or a pool party for teens. 

  • Increase your income and help other members and yourself by providing and exchanging services to meet each other's unique needs. 

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