The "Christian internet" is being built to help Christians and pastors "share the gospel without censorship." It is "one of the greatest works of God being done today and opens doors for teaching the Word of God and evangelism," said Steven Andrew. He is the Christian Silicon Valley technology leader in charge of the effort.
Why is a Christian internet needed?
"Christians are tired of being restricted and falsely called 'haters' by anti-God Facebook, Google and Twitter," Andrew said.
"Do you want to go from censorship to freedom? The Christian internet helps Christians," he said.
The first priority is to finish USA.Life Social Network, which Andrew says is "the answer to Facebook and Twitter censoring Christians." Being completed at the same time is 1776Free Search Engine that "gives Christian results from pastors, news, bloggers and individuals that are being hid."
"Christians and ministries could see up to a 10,000 percent increase in traffic" when compared to "the massive Christian censorship of Facebook, Google and Twitter," Andrew said.
"As soon as people hear about the 'Christian Web,' they want it now," he said. It is important for "individuals, churches and businesses to sign up today" to "get preferred usernames" and to "build the community to millions of people." Free accounts are available at USA.Life.
Andrew started a crowdfunding page as a kickstarter for this "historic outreach." "The sooner the required funding comes in, the faster we can launch," Andrew said.
Anyone from anywhere can join and use USA.Life and 1776Free.com. Family, friends and ministries in other countries can stay connected and share photos, updates, messages and videos.
"Blessings come from the Christian internet because of its 'pro-America algorithm (TM)'. This is based on the God-given rights of "life, liberty and happiness" and the founding fathers beliefs "to advance the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ," Andrew said.
Andrew asks grass roots activists, churches and news stations to help get the word out by "sharing about USA.Life and 1776Free" and "sending emails."
"I do not have the money Facebook and Google have. The Christian internet depends on generous donations from people, churches and businesses who want to see this become reality," Andrew said. "If enough people give just $10 today, we can launch this summer."
Those giving $1,000 or more are placed on the Founders Wall.
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