Small Beginnings, Big Growth

It's really NOT about size.
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It's really NOT about size.

1. A shepherd boy and a sling shot.  

2. Gideon and 300 men.  

3. Jesus and 12 disciples.  

Anyone who bet against David, Gideon or Jesus would have lost.  Bigly.  

"Do not despise these small beginnings..." (Zechariah 4:10a)  

It's the way of the Kingdom of God.  God loves to take small, weak, foolish things and use them to advance the Kingdom.  

Mustard seeds grow into big plants, etc.  


It's also a principle of the Kingdom that investors don't play it safe.

Investments involve risk.   All of them do.  Jesus expects us to invest well and make a profit.   Faith based films that suck are an established money maker.  Imagine what would happen if they were...good?

Consider every possible meaning of the phrase "exponential growth."

Hide your one talent and you'll face weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth (Matthew 25:14-30).  You should finish the day with at least two.  The real risk--to your soul--is sitting on your money when it should be used for the Kingdom.

That guy ends up in Hell.   I didn't write the Bible.  I just preach it.  

We get it.  $50k is a lot of money.  But in comparison to Hollywood budgets it's chump change.  Some people can dig $50k in quarters out of the couch cushions and car ash trays.

For some of you, it's your one talent that you've got hidden in the ground.  

I'm not one of them.  

But if you ARE one of them, we are recruiting builders who want to fight back.  People who want to fight giants, occupying pagan armies, and Satan.  

We seek accredited builder-investors who will help us finish our SAFE round.  If that's you and you've got $50k in your couch cushions, hit us up.  You didn't get there by being stupid.  You're smart.  Smart enough to know an opportunity when you see it.