Is Disciple’s Cross ( A Scam?

Links & ads you may click on this blog pay the bills & keep this site free for you. Thanks for supporting! was started by Pastor John Raymond. You may not be familiar with the name but if you're a TV junkie. You may know Pastor John. He was a contestant in the Emmy Award winning CBS television show, Survivor: Thailand.

The christian business opportunity came about because after wearing one of his hand-made crosses on the show, interest peaked and there was no way that Pastor John could meet the demand by himself. So he decided to outsource the making of his hand made crosses to work at home seekers.

There are basically two ways to earn money doing home assembly with Disciple's Cross.

1. You can assemble the crosses and sell them back to Pastor John for about $2.25 per cross.

2. You can assemble the crosses and sell them to local churches, charities, family members, friends, craft fairs, ebay, etc. The sky's the limit.

So that's it in a nut shell.

Now what are some of the bad things about this opportunity. To be honest, not many.

Like all work at home assembly opportunities the quality of products you produce must be up to par. And initially that can be hard until you get the hang of it. But this is usually where people get stuck and cry out scam!

Fortunately they provide a very indepth kit that includes a video tape that should help you speed up the learning curb. Video Tapes are so 1990 so they lose some points for not making it available on DVD.

The other "bad" thing is that you have to cough up $69.95 for the starter kit. But keep in mind that the kit comes with a 30-day money back guarantee. This isn't very common with many home based business opportunities especially arts and craft work at home. So you can rest a bit easier.

I haven't read many complaints about this company. I don't believe Disciples Cross is scam! At the end of the day you seem to be covered by their money back guarantee either way. I think you have less to lose with this company because the owner is a Senior Pastor at New Horizon Christian Fellowship church so he can't go around scamming people because the word would spread really quick among his congregation and no pastor wants that type of bad publicity.

My cousin has tried the opportunity and she's admitted it was a bit difficult at first. But now she's gotten the hang of it and plans to sell her crosses to some local churches in their area. I'm eager for her to bring some samples so I can but one myself.

In any event, I hope you find this review useful. I'd love to hear your opinion about this Christian Business Opportunity so feel free to post a comment below.

I think it's worth giving a try if you like working with your hands and have patience. Honestly with their guarantee you have nothing to lose. And if you're a Christian I think it's something you can feel proud to support.

12 thoughts on “Is Disciple’s Cross ( A Scam?”

  1. you had better go back and read that money back guarantee is has some pretty hefty conditions like the production of 400 crosses before you can ask for it.

  2. I am a producer and love it.   My wife and I can do a couple craft fairs per month and make about $400 month profit easy.   If we had more time we could do more fairs and make more but that is our choice.   Just keep making a little at a time and your hands won’t be very sore at all and you won’t have to make a ton at once to do a craft fair.   Today we did a small craft fair and sold them for $10 each.   We sat for 6 hours and sold 14.   That’s $140 total sales in 6 hours which equates to about $25 an hour to sit and talk with people.   Most loved the crosses even if they didn’t buy one they would adore them.   This home based business has blessed our lives so much.   Just like anything else, the more you work at it the more you can make.

  3. I was so excited when I found this site yesterday… and then I saw the price of the starter kit. It’s half my food budget – and with a husband on disability and a baby on the way in the next few days, it just isn’t worth taking the chance.

    I’ve always been good at crafts, though, and I’m a fast learner… so I sent them an e-mail hoping that I might be able to work out some kind of deal with them. After all, they said that about 400 crosses covered the cost of the starter kit.

    I’m not too hopeful, though. The man may be a pastor, but he’s also running a business, and in the end I can’t give him much of a reason to take a chance and believe that I’m an honest person. For all he knows, I just want to grab the instructions and run.

    Of course, with so many years of crafting behind me, I can already see how they’re made… I coud just run up to Michael’s and grab the supplies and start making them myself… but again, that would cost me money I don’t have.

  4. Disciples Cross has been one of the best opportunities I have ever been involved with. I started making the necklaces about 7 years ago. My first few crosses were awful… it definitely takes a certain degree of patience and perseverance. But even as poorly crafted as my first necklaces were, I had no problem selling them, especially during the holidays. My own testimonial about this program is actually on the official website.

    I now sell my necklaces both on my own web site and on eBay. Making the necklaces has not made me rich. But I can say with all honesty that these necklaces have helped me make it through some very tough times. Last year, my wife had lost her job and we were on the verge of bankruptcy. If it wasn’t for a few well timed cross sales…we probably would have lost our home. The money I made selling these necklaces kept food on the table until she was able to find another job.

    I would highly recommend this opportunity. But on the same note… I don’t recommend spending your last $70 in the bank expecting to make an immediate return selling these necklaces. There is most definitely a “learning curve”. Take your time.

    John Peralta

  5. Disciples Cross was not a scam years ago when I was involved with them. Not only did I make some crosses to sell to people I knew. I also received $10 commission as an affiliate. I no longer make the crosses, but I do know that it is a legitimate way to make some extra cash.
    A word of advice. Like any metal craft work, you will need to purchase good supplies and have the desire and flexibility to make the crosses.

  6. It is NOT a scam! If you are serious about this wonderful opportunity, give it a try your-self and see what you can do with it. Selling it your-self is much easier any how, and you make more money. My husband and I are planning to do this together and travel doing it. All of my friends and family love it and were willing to pay $10 each. I gave discounts when they wanted more for the entire family. Thats only one comment bad, I haven’t had trouble.

  7. It is definitely a scam. My wife tried it out and was quite good at making the crosses right away. She showed me the sample cross that was sent with the kit, and one that she made, and you couldn’t tell them apart! But every one of the crosses she sent off was returned. None of them “passed”. And oh by the way, the money back guarantee is only good for 30 days from the time you order the kit, and it took them more than 3 weeks just to get back to us that her crosses didn’t “pass”. So now we are out the money. SCAM!!!


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