Support the Process Skateboard Ministry

Part of why CXXII Apparel exists is to give back and be a blessing to the community around us. This year we started 20/20 "A Week of Giving.”  CXXII Apparel is grateful for everyone who has supported us in our mission and for that we are giving you 20% off your entire order. 

We will also be donating another 20% of all the sales made through the week to a mission minded ministry out of Colorado Springs, CO, Process Skateboard Ministry, Skate G&P indoor skatepark.  I met the Director of the ministry Derrick Unrein at a Action Sports Conference a few years back in Midland, TX. Over the years we have kept in touch and it is has been an encouragement to see them grow and bless the community around them.

"Process Skateboard Ministry has been around for 8 years. We host a weekly skate church at G&P Indoor Skate Park in Colorado Springs.  Skate church is a place where skaters gather every Tuesday night to the learn about Jesus and do what they love.  G&P is a safe, fun encouraging environment where lives have been radically changed.  Our focus is to TEACH, MENTOR and DISCIPLE.” - Derrick Unrein  

 * To Learn more about the ministry please watch this video the Local Fox station in CO.

We want to thank everyone who has supported CXXII Apparel and will help us to be a blessing this Thanksgiving season! Happy Thanksgiving!

If you would like to learn more about the Process SkateBoard Ministry Click here.

1 comment

  • Hello I’m am honored to read what your doing for this outreach and community. I am an ex addict and in recovery. My life has been radically changed by the grace of God through The sacrifice of Jesus Christ. It makes me happy to see this. I’m hoping someday I can be a part of something like this. Skateboarding used to be my life and my passion. Now I’m dedicated to what God has instore for me. God bless you. Thank you for this. It brought tears to my eyes. Much Love through our Lord Jesus Christ. <3<3

    Michael Randolph Cassady

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