“To spread God’s love, Christians must be able to speak freely and no longer falsely be called ‘haters’ as Facebook and Twitter have done. USA.Life is the answer people are looking for. USA.Life doesn’t call Christians ‘haters,'” said Andrew.
Andrew is a popular pastor who reached up to 8 million people in a month on Facebook before Facebook shadow-banned him for teaching the Bible. He is also a Silicon Valley technology leader, who has done internet leadership consulting roles for Sega, Better Homes and Gardens, Walgreens and Cisco.
“As soon as people and organizations hear about the new Christian Internet they want to get preferred usernames by signing up at www.USA.Life,” he said.
“Freedom and privacy could be lost forever without USA.Life. However, we will be able to freely share our faith if 63,000 people give $10, or if 6,300 people give $100. If Christians want freedom and encouragement, it is at USA.Life,” Andrew said.
A new search engine, “1776Free.com
,” is also being constructed to “provide better results of Christian sites that are being hidden,” he said.
Donors get a special reward such as an “American Hero” thank you postcard and their name in the computer code and other perks depending on what they give. For larger donations, supporters get their name or organization permanently on the founders wall of both sites.
Andrew provides an overview, assessment of risks and answers frequently asked questions on the crowdfunding page atUSA.Life
About USA.Life and 1776Free.com
USA.Life social network and 1776Free.com search engine are the answer to Facebook, Google and Twitter censoring Christians and conservatives. These new sites help people and businesses freely share life, liberty and happiness, and connect with those important to them. Privacy is valued and they don’t track a user’s every move. Steven Andrew, the founder, is a Christian and technology leader who believes like the founding fathers.