Sunday, October 4, 2009
One of the podcasts that I listen to frequently is Pirate Christian Radio's Fighting for the Faith with Chris Rosebrough. Recently, a situation arose that has required Rosebrough to let us know of a need the internet radio station is facing. Here is that need in Rosebrough's words:
Not many people know that PCR & F4F are financially underwritten in part by a very generous supporter. Unfortunately, that generous support will come to an end in February of 2010.
Even though we are receiving donations from our listeners, selling books and making some money from our advertising, this revenue does NOT cover all of our monthly expenses.
Currently were are only able to operate because our generous supporter makes up the difference.
But, as I've stated before that support is coming to an end in a few short months.
We're not about to close up shop, pack our bags and go home. The reality is that if a small portion of our listening audience (1,000 listeners) gave $6.95 per month F4F & PCR would have all the revenue we need. And any support beyond that would then allow us to expand our operation.
Therefore, today we're launching a new way for people to support F4F & PCR. That new way is via a recurring monthly contribution of $6.95.
To give some perspective on that figure think of it this way.
$6.95 can purchase 1 matinee movie ticket.
$6.95 can purchase 1 King Sized Value Meal at Burger King
$6.95 can purchase 2 Grande Mochas at Starbucks
$6.95 can help produce 50 Hours of Fighting for the Faith & 168 hours of original programming on Pirate Christian Radio.
Will you please join our crew by becoming one of the initial thousand listeners who will sign up to contribute $6.95 every month?
If so, then click on this link.
Thank you for your support and for listening,
Pirate Christian Radio has been instrumental in leading people out of the Emergent Church and "Seeker Sensitive" movements. It has been a wonderful tool for sharing with others the dangers of many other heresies that are now invading Christendom. Not only that, though, it has also been a great source for people to hear the Gospel truth. Rosebrough often has a segment on his show where he takes a passage of Scripture and exegetes it right before he does a "bad sermon review". Things like this are crucial because it not only shows the errors, but it also presents the Biblical answers to these errors. I recommend that you consider supporting Pirate Christian Radio for that small fee and help keep it on the inter-air.
Below are two videos that I have featured on my Youtube account taken directly from Rosebrough's Fighting for the Faith show. This is just a taste of the material presented on the show daily.