The censorship of Christians and conservatives by companies such as Facebook, Google and Twitter is greater than we know about, explains pastor and technology leader Steven Andrew. Restricting the gospel affects our lives, national security and even how many people are saved.
But now, Andrew—a Silicon Valley technology and Christian leader—is developing a new "Christian internet." To open doors for Christianity, Andrew started a crowdfunding page to launch USA.Life social network and 1776Free search engine.
These new sites are the answer to Facebook, Google and Twitter censoring Christians, conservatives and liberty. Christians have been praying for this breakthrough!
USA.Life and 1776Free empower users to:
- Stop being censored and bullied for following God
- Share Christianity freely
- Have a family-safe internet experience
- Get more people saved, including family and loved ones
- Unite people and end division
Andrew believes if churches and people across the nation switch to these new sites, then we will see the greatest revival, since the Word of God is freely shared.
The first step to finish these sites is to reach the required funding goal. People can chip in any amount of the required $778,000. Once the funding is provided, Andrew expects to launch the websites in 75 days. The crowdfunding page has already exceeded $210,000.
"Freedom and privacy could be lost forever without USA.Life," Andrew says. "However, we can launch the Christian Internet if 57,000 people give $10, or if 5,700 supporters donate $100, or if 570 people and churches give $1,000. If you want Christian liberty, you need USA.Life and 1776Free."
New members are joining every day by signing up for a free account. Users get access to preferred usernames and project updates by joining now.
"Christians and pastors are excited and give many positive reviews," Andrew said. The reviews include:
- Jennifer in Concord, California, says it "will give us freedom and privacy."
- Arthur in Kimberly, Idaho says it "will save America."
"Many people are hopeful again, including individuals, families, churches, pro-lifers, homeschoolers, traditional-marriage supporters and others who want to be free of blocking," Andrew says. "People across the world are joining."
Andrew is building 1776Free to "provide better results than Google." Users will see Christian sites and real news that have been hidden from them. Many conservative sites will see significant traffic increases," he said.
Special rewards are given to those who help by giving today:
- $10: Sends donors a keepsake American Hero postcard for saving the internet.
- $25: Adds a supporter's name in the credits section of the computer code and includes a special PDF that can be printed and framed, plus the American Hero postcard.
- $100: Gives a one-year pro-version of both USA.Life and 1776Free.com and a collector's T-Shirt, plus all other rewards listed previously.
Churches, businesses and individuals can have their name or loved one's name on the founders' wall by giving $1,000 or more. This is permanently displayed on both USA.Life and 1776Free.com. Plus they get the other listed rewards.
Andrew answers frequently asked questions and explains where the funds are spent in a financial chart.
"Every gift, small or large given today makes a difference to help us finish as quickly as possible," Andrew says. "A lady was very happy to give $10 to save Christian freedom. And a patriotic veteran said if he was a millionaire he would give a million dollars. He gave $1,000."
Steven Andrew is a nationally known pastor and technology leader. To save the internet, he is building the Christian Internet, with USA.Life and 1776Free.com. Andrew has extensive technology consulting leadership experience with Fortune 500 companies and others, including Cisco, Stanford, Sega and Better Homes and Gardens.