Every month Evangelical Dark Web publishes a report of not only how this ministry performed but also to summarize the news or themes of the previous month. February was a month full of controversial takes. But overall, I would not call a great month on any metric other than content, of which there was a lot. Much of the news focused on the Southern Baptist Convention where major developments look to shape the upcoming convention. Given that this is an election year, Evangelical Dark Web will be doing election coverage as well highlighting primary races. The end of the month brought forth a focus on Ukraine, which has carried over into March and will be a focus for the foreseeable future. March already is more promising than the 28 day month when it comes to metrics.
I’ve been following the Ukraine situation since 2014, so to hear the fake narrative from the government and mainstream media is disconcerting to me, putting it mildly. This truly is the next COVID and Evangelical Dark Web will report the truth of the what’s going on while providing separate commentary.
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- YouTube Subscriber Growth: +67
In February, Evangelical Dark Web published the highly requested verdict on Tim Keller and that was a success. Additionally, we posted a poll, behind a paywall, for members to chose the next person to research. The winner of that poll was Sadie Robertson Huff, who is an interesting case to say the least. No promises that this will be done in March as it is a very busy time for me.
This was a slower month whether due to algorithm throttling or seasonality. Summer will be the best time for the channel. We did throw a livestream on the Anti-Feminist Manifesto and will do more this month.
Many of you know that team Evangelical Dark Web is devoted to a local political campaign, for myself. I want to let you know that the campaign is going very well, especially given the slow redistricting process.
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Soli Deo Gloria,