Happy Thanksgiving from Loor.tv
We at Loor.tv want to wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving.
There's an old Christian hymn called, "Count Your Blessings." The chorus challenges us to "name them one by one."
We cannot count all of them, but we have a lot to be thankful for:
1. Our startup is making an impact on the entire Christian film industry, and we haven't even launched yet.
2. After one year, we still exist and are moving forward with a plan to soft launch very soon.
3. We've managed to attract quality content, with many more projects in various stages of production than we can tell you about right now.
4. We're thankful for many new friendships we've developed within the industry.
5. We've learned a lot.
6. We're VERY thankful for our investors who make this all possible. We're especially thankful for their shared vision.
7. We're VERY thankful for our content creators who are not only visionaries, but heroes. They're bold, brave artists whose stories will shake up the entire culture.
8. We started filming a fund-raising trailer which is going to not only excite the Christian community, it will push the envelope on Christian film--a TRAILER!
9. We're thankful for our tech team which is building a cutting edge platform to fund and stream from, they are inventing new tech that will set a new standard in streaming. We're thankful for the entire team--they are proving to be masterful at gathering content, building relationships, raising money, and generating organic buzz that's the envy of larger companies.
10. Above all, we thank our Lord Jesus Christ, who purchased our salvation at the cost of His own life and who conquered death when He rose from the grave. If you haven't yet, we hope you repent and believe in Him alone.
The Loor Team
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