As cancel culture rolls across America, one man is standing up against the flow to create a safe space for believers who are being removed from various platforms, providing a safe space to operate.
Dennis Wadley, founder of Process 4 Good and Buck4Good, has positioned his two sites to be able to do crowdfunding for believers who are being canceled on the traditional crowdfunding sites. He has just added process4good.com, a site that allows for credit card processing for churches, Christian organizations and others who have been canceled by regular banks, credit card companies and others.
A graduate of Biola University and Talbot Theological Seminary as well as an ordained minister, Wadley is also a missionary to South Africa with Ministry in Ethiopia and originally started the systems to help with his mission efforts. As he developed them, he began to receive requests from missionaries unable to send or receive funds due to the rise in cancel culture and the increasing restrictions on Christians by countries overseas and most recently in the US.
"We have always helped missionaries overseas who need help with crowdfunding, which was the original vision of Buck4good," Wadley says. "We never imagined that America would go the way we see in so many other countries, but with the dramatic rise in cancel culture and so many believers having their bank accounts and credit cards canceled for simply standing up for Christ, God has led us to expand our efforts to add Process 4 Good. This way, any believer, church or other Christian organization can be able to work with what we believe is the beginning of a parallel Christian economy that will not only protect the rights of believers in an increasingly anti-Christian society but allow them to grow and thrive and spread the love of Jesus to a world so dramatically in need."
Churches and others can apply to both buck4good.com and process4good.com online, set up an account and begin using the sites immediately. Wadley encourages individuals and churches as well Christian businesses, schools and others who have been canceled—or are worried about the cancel culture limiting what they feel free to speak about—to join.
Stephen Strang, bestselling author of God and Cancel Culture,, writes, "As Christians, we have to walk uprightly before God, and our lives need to be pleasing to Him. We need to believe the Scriptures, quote the Scriptures and stand strong in the faith. We need to resist the devil. The Bible says he will flee from us in the name of Jesus," referencing the Scripture in James 4:7, "Therefore submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you."
"During these difficult times, we need to be even more prepared, strong and able to reach out to those in need with strength, confidence and power," Wadley says. "With our platforms, we are positioning the kingdom of God to be able to stand up and share the love of the Lord Jesus Christ with boldness."
Amir George directs the World Helpline at theworldhelpline.org. He urges anyone who wants to be a part of daily prayer on Capitol Hill at 7:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on how you can fight back against cancel culture, make sure to get a copy of what Charisma founder and CEO Stephen Strang says is his most important book yet. God and Cancel Culture, released Sept. 7, is now available wherever fine books are sold. Order it at stevestrangbooks.com.
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