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One year ago, we shared with you a new vision to bring the message of Creation to today’s ‘digital natives’.1

We wanted to reach young people right where they are—in their social media feeds, and using their most popular medium—short (and long)-form video.

With your generous support, we launched the Social Media Video Project. The results have been incredible. (More on that below!)

However, in order to continue producing and posting new videos—and to expand our content goals—we need your help.

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The problem—and a solution



‘Science’ is one of the top obstacles to faith for young people these days.2

Many believe that ‘science’ is in conflict with the Bible,3 concluding that “the church seems to reject much of what science tells us about the world.”4

No wonder they are dubious about believing the Bible! They need to be shown that real science is in complete agreement with the Bible!


Social media

Social media is by far the most popular online space amongst ‘digital natives’.

A recent global study found that the average 16-34-year-old spends over 2.5 hours on social media every day!5

It is one of their top information sources,6 and video (especially short-form) is the most popular content type.7

Nothing has the reach or influence that social media has when connecting with today’s young people.

Our vision was to bring these two together: To use social media to spread the message that the Bible is reliable

The results:

We didn’t know what to expect when we started out. Suffice to say, we’ve been blown away by the response.

In the eight months since we started releasing daily content, the videos have received over:

  • 47 million views, by more than 12 million people
  • 1.6 million likes
  • A number of videos have ‘gone viral’, receiving 1–4 million views each
  • Over 120,000 new followers are now connected to a daily source of creation content—right within their social media feeds!

What truly excites us is not the numbers, but the lives touched by each video. Every view, like, share, and comment represents a person who has been engaged in some way in their faith journey.

Thank you, once again, for your incredible support that has made this possible.

This video has over 900,000 views on YouTube!
Some of the short videos that have ‘gone viral’

Here are some of the ways that lives have been touched:

What a fantastic video. This has my brain reconfiguring the way it considers reality. Thank you.
@bretta2901, YouTube
This has just restored my lost Christian faith in God and resurrection. Brilliant!
@iako, YouTube
Thank you all for making these wonderful videos, you guys seriously helped me get out of my atheism. I was raised in a nihilistic family … I am so grateful that … people like you saved me from the horrible beliefs my family brainwashed me into since I was a child. I finally feel free.
@kjhgfdfghjkdrtyuiwewe, YouTube
[Having been led to believe that evolution is science] I thought that if [God] wanted to make us from billions of years and rocks, he could because of His power and infinite wisdom. That’s when I started watching you guys because God showed me I was at fault in my faith. Thanks again!
@exaltedbyjesus, Facebook

The vision:
What we plan
to do next

Firstly, we want to continue producing daily creation video content for social media! (The currently funded content will finish up in June.)

Secondly, we want to increase our efforts. Up until now, we have only been filming for this project in our Australian office. In future we will be filming in our US office, as well. In this way, we plan to:

  • Double the number of topics we cover in a year
  • Double the number of long-form videos we produce (by releasing weekly, instead of fortnightly)
  • Increase the range of speakers and experts in their fields who are interviewed on video
  • We also plan to produce additional (weekly) mid-length content

The need:
How you can help

We need your help in three key areas:

  • Give: We need to raise $300,000 to cover the cost of a year’s expanded video content. We hope and plan to eventually make this video outreach self-funding. But until then, we need to raise money to resource this important project.
  • Pray: For receptive hearts for the millions of people who see the videos —that they would become confident that God’s Word is totally trustworthy. Pray for our team as we plan and produce so many worldview-changing and faith-affirming videos.
  • Get Social: If you’re on social media, you can help to extend the reach of these videos by following us on your preferred platforms (links are at the bottom of the page), and by liking our videos, sharing them, and engaging in the comments sections.
  1. ‘Digital natives’ are people who have never known life without digital technology (computers, the internet, social media, etc.).
  2. A 2019 Barna study showed that ‘science’ is the #2 obstacle to faith for 18–35-year-olds in the United States. Barna Group, The Connected Generation – United States Report, p. 21, 2019.
  3. A 2023 ISCAST survey of high school students in Victoria, Australia, found that nearly two thirds (64%) think science and Christianity are in conflict. Only one in five (21%) think there is no conflict. ISCAST–Christianity & Science in Conversation, We asked 590 students this question about science and Christianity. Here’s what we found., 3 October, 2023.
  4. A 2018 Barna report found that only about a quarter of US teens and young adults believe science and the Bible are complementary, and that half (49%) of churchgoing US teens say, “The church seems to reject much of what science tells us about the world”. Barna Group, Atheism Doubles Among Generation Z,, 24 January 2018.
  5. Globally, 16–24-year-old females average 2 hours 59 minutes per day on social media, while males average 2 hours 31 minutes. DataReportal, The Time We Spend on Social Media,, 31 January, 2024.
  6. For example, many teens say social media is their main source of news. Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2022, p. 42, 2022.
  7. TikTok and YouTube—which both focus almost exclusively on video—are by far the most-used social media apps, based on Android data from the third quarter of 2023, with TikTok users averaging 34 hours per month on the TikTok Android app, and YouTube users averaging 28 hours and 5 minutes on the YouTube Android app. DataReportal, The Time We Spend on Social Media,, 31 January, 2024.