Time Is Running Out to Sign Our Petition!
Pressure is mounting and we still need your help! We’re running out of time! As our petition to stop the new movie Habit grows, the pressure is mounting against the movie’s producers, but we’re running out of time. The signing period for this petition closes this Friday. Meaning we only have a few days left to try to put a stop to their offensive portrayal of Jesus!
In Hollywood, the numbers are everything. Many studios assume that every letter they receive represents at least 100 other voices. That means that 200,000 signatures on a petition carries the weight of 2,000,000. We need your help TODAY! We need your help to grow this movement before our Friday deadline! We’re running an advertising and social media blitz to try to cross the 200,000 mark before Friday. Your gift of any amount before midnight tonight will help us reach more people and prove to them that this movie is indeed offensive to millions of Christians around the world. We can’t stop this movie without your help, and every bit helps!
Sign the petition here: https://www.citizengo.org/en-us/179563-hollywood-wants-make-jesus-woman-help-us-stop-it
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