Sinapis Group

Austin, TX
Founded: 2010
Current Status: Member
Member Since: June 30, 2018
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
   Cash Donations $498,665
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $0
   Total Revenue $498,665
   Total Expenses $494,126
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
Total Assets $344,098
Total Liabilities $43,766
Net Assets $300,332

Data for year ended June 30, 2017
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Sinapis Group
Austin, TX
Tel: (260) 704-0348
Top Leader: Mr. Matthew Rohrs
Donor Contact: Mr. Matthew Rohrs

Ministry Description
Sinapis partners with local organizations to deliver intensive business training similar to a mini-MBA but customized for early and growth-stage ventures. Our intensive entrepreneurship training is extremely practical, locally customized and specifically designed for entrepreneurs at different stages of business growth. We also provide consulting and mentorship, access to capital, and intentional discipleship. Our programs equip business owners with the necessary skills to grow their businesses along with discipleship training that equips them to make disciples and triumph over ethical challenges in the marketplace.

Sinapis hopes to glorify God by giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to grow small seeds of ideas into strong businesses, which can in turn provide for many. We support entrepreneurs with innovative, scalable business ideas by providing intensive business training, access to financing and exposure to Christ-centered business principles that equip them to triumph over ethical challenges. As these entrepreneurs become successful in business, they create sustainable jobs and help alleviate poverty.

Ministry Sectors
  • Disaster Relief & Development
  • Discipleship
  • Evangelism
  • Social, Civic, Public Policy & Philanthropy

  • Ministry Types
  • Leadership Training (primary)
  • Discipleship
  • Missions: Foreign
  • Relief and Development
  • Community Development
  • Evangelism