Although she currently only has clothes, she said she would also welcome donations of anything from cell phones and video game consoles to bicycles and other sporting equipment. Anything that would appeal to teenagers.
Stewart said the other positive aspect of the store, unlike other forms of fundraising, is it still gives her the opportunity to continue to share God's Word outside of Venue 2:17 club meetings.
"I don't have a business plan, I'm just trying to show them Jesus," she said. "I'm there to give them hope because God has a plan and purpose for them. Everything I do is spirit-led. He knows the plan."
Stewart said her ultimate goal would be to raise enough money to take some of the less fortunate kids who attend her ministry to a place like Six Flags. She hopes if the store is successful enough to cover the ministry's bills there will be some money left over to save for such a trip.
To visit Soul Ties or drop off donations, visit their Venue 2:17 building at 202 SE 1st Ave.