I shared two months ago what my goal was with the content I am sharing on Patreon, but I haven’t shared why I’m on Patreon.

Not sure what Patreon is? Here is an official statement from them on their service:

Patreon is empowering a new generation of creators. Support and engage with artists and creators as they live out their passions! We want to help every creator in the world achieve sustainable income.

I Must Be All About The Money

I’m officially sold with Patreon. By no means do I look to get rich, make a living off of this, or even have a side business. I love to create content, but it’s not the hustle of starting some entrepreneurship. In fact, I will be giving 100% back to the community through games and other projects.

What I do want to do is create a community around family, Christianity, parenting, and nerdiness. For the casual onlooker, the teenager that finds me on YouTube, or someone that catches my livestream live. I hope they will get to see the face of Jesus in what I’m doing. That’s the point of the content. But it’s not the point of Patreon.

Creating A Community of Active Christian Gamers

My guess is if you are willing to spend even one dollar of your own money just one month, you have already made a serious commitment to having Jesus be seen, even in video games.

That group of people, those who are ready to jump, who are ready to put their money where their mouth is or start to create their own content, they are the people I’m looking for. Some people don’t have the money to be able to become a patreon, that’s more than okay and there are multiple ways of interacting if you believe in it. For others, they want to give to a cause as well. Regardless of your way of support, you immediately become part of a community and that’s what patreon will bring.

If you are fan of the cause, how would you like to support it?

Posted by Jeremy Smith

I am a blogger, clinical counselor, gamer, and someone who loves to pushback so you can create the very best thing possible. I blog exclusively about church technology as a senior staff writer at ChurchMag as well as about life in general on my personal site JeremyGrantSmith.com. You can also find my eBooks on ChurchMag Press.

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