"But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive."
Move along, no political agenda to see:
A couple of hours ago, I received word that Kickstarter had rejected my application for crowd-funding. According to the letter: ”Unfortunately, this project does not meet our guidelines. Projects on Kickstarter cannot offer self help. This isn’t a judgment on the quality of this project, just a reflection of our focus.”
The project, Stolen Moments, is something I’ve been working on for the past few months with my friend, Andrew Koch.
It’s a simple idea. Everyone has a story to tell. Our stories are made of a special moments throughout our lives. Stories come from both the good and bad moments. Yet, due to abortion we’ve lost millions of potential moments in our lives. Moments that would be part of our story. Moments that were stolen from all of us.
We want to share through a series of short videos some of those moments we’re all missing because of abortion. It’s an idea I’ve fallen in love with and I think once you see what God has laid on our heart to create you will as well.
Apparently you’re allowed to discuss incest and porn, but Kickstarter isn’t a fan of people telling the true story about babies being ripped apart after birth.
Like the Gosnell Movie creators we’re really happy there are great alternatives to Kickstarter out there. While I’ll keep supporting my friends and artists that use Kickstarter we’ve moved our campaign over to Indiegogo.
Indiegogo acts a lot like Kickstarter where you have the perks for giving, but they do have the flexible funding option where you can collect funds you raise whether you hit your goal or not (they do take a larger percentage if you don’t hit the goal).
Readers can donate to 'Stolen Moments' here.