Kickstarter Wrap-Up – “Plan B”
It has been a little more than a week since the Schoolhouse Rocked Kickstarter campaign ended and we wanted to post a quick note to let you know what’s going on with the film. It has taken most of the week to just catch our breath, as we had so much going on throughout the campaign – from Facebook Lives, to radio interviews, to the HSLDA National Leaders Conference – that we are just now able to take a few minutes and write this.
We have been extremely blessed by your continued support and encouragement with all that the Lord is doing through Schoolhouse Rocked. Thank you to those of you have sent very kind messages, made donations, and asked about “Plan B”. As of now, here’s the plan…
This is not the end. We are not giving up. We are not done. We will continue to work to make Schoolhouse Rocked a powerful tool to grow homeschooling and to strengthen families.
From the beginning of production we have prayed and trusted that the Lord would provide in whatever way He best saw fit. He has provided well throughout production (the filming of the movie) and we are certain that He will provide all that we need to get through post-production and finish Schoolhouse Rocked with excellence.
We, along with our prayer team and many of you, prayed fervently about the Kickstarter and He chose not to fund the movie that way. That’s ok. We know without a doubt that He has called us to this and that He will provide exactly what we need, when we need it, and however He choses to provide it, in order to accomplish His perfect plan. That way He gets ALL the glory!
We are not able to share specific details yet, but we are still seeing the hand of God move in big ways and hopefully soon we will be able to share more with you. God is the perfect author of this story and only He knows how it’s all going to unfold. So, Plan B is for us to continue to move forward with post-production, continue seeking support and trust God fully!
Again, thank you for your prayers and support! We couldn’t do this without YOU!
Soli Deo gloria!
The Hampton Family
Garritt, Yvette, Brooklyn, and Lacey
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