The inspiration came from YOU!

Well folks, here it is.  This is the third and final spring campaign video to showcase in a lighthearted way the distinguishing features of this news service. 

(If you haven’t seen the other two videos you can view them by clicking here and here.)

The story behind these videos is just as entertaining.  With only three days’ notice, these incredible students rallied together and showed up at our set without having even read the scripts! The blooper reel from filming that morning was hilarious. Maybe we’ll show the bloopers later. These kids were great sports. 

I think it says a lot about the character of these young folks that, despite their inexperience and on such short notice, they overcame these obstacles and helped to produce such very well done, professional videos for our mission. 

I want to acknowledge a heartfelt thanks to this wonderful group from Front Royal Christian Academy for graciously volunteering their time and natural talent for the production of the films.

We want to especially thank Maggie, who was solely responsible for bringing everyone together and making sure they all showed up on filming day.  And also, thank you to Carla, who helped in other important ways to make sure this all happened. 

We hope you have been as impressed with these videos as we have been. Although we are proud of them, we can’t take the credit for the content

After all, the inspiration behind these latest videos came from you!

Many of you have come to LSN looking for in-depth coverage of life and family issues, for an alternative perspective to the mainstream media bias, and for the stories that many won’t or can’t report on.  You have told us what you like about LifeSiteNews reporting and those comments made up the various storylines for each video.

Someone has to do the investigation being ignored by so many news outlets, and we are humbled and grateful that you have asked us to be that source.

But now, we really, really need your help.
You see, we have reached the halfway point of our Spring Campaign, but still haven’t reached even 10% of our goal.  

There is a looooong ways to go yet – in just several days. Talk about Drama!

We are discussing whether extending the campaign will be necessary to ensure we reach the absolutely necessary goal that has been set.  But I am hoping we don't have to.  Let me explain.

I know that to some, it may seem to be an impossible challenge to raise the $115,000 remaining in such a short period of time. Well, that has been the story of LifeSiteNews from the beginning.

It is a miracle that we have come as far as we have all these years without any regular large benefactors.

However, we always trust in providence and the goodwill of our readers.

When you think of it, it should not really be that difficult to raise our needed minimum operating expenses considering the huge numbers of people who read LifeSiteNews reports. For example, if everyone who just today came to our site gave only $5, we would surpass our goal. 

With a readership count in the tens of MILLIONS, it would take a very tiny donation from many to keep this free Truth in News Reporting service available to the world.

We hope you will agree that LifeSiteNew is very useful and necessary. 

If so, please consider making the most generous contribution that you can to our Spring Campaign.

Every donation helps, no matter the size – even $5 or up to $1,000, $5,000, $10,000 or more.

What is our service worth to you?  Please let us know with a generous donation today.

To make a donation by phone or mail, click here

We are counting on your support. And we give back double and triple in dedication, incredibly hard work and top quality reporting for every dollar that we receive.

For life and family,

Steve Jalsevac
Managing Director


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