In October, the web host for a Christian nonprofit launched a new business model.
The business, called FreeReligiousWebHosting, was the brainchild of two people, Matt Cavanaugh and Steve Hines.
Their goal was to make hosting free for religious organizations.
The two men believe in the free software philosophy that a free society is better.
Their website features a message from the Rev. Peter L. Swain, the leader of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Swains, who has called for religious freedom in the United States, said: The world is going to change if we don’t embrace freedom of speech.
Swinnes words, as well as the church’s statement, have become a rallying cry for the religious right.
The nonprofit, founded in 2016, was founded by two college students, both from Southern California, Matt and Steve.
They had been interested in hosting a website for years.
But the website was a slow burn, they say.
Matt Coughlin said the project began when he was at Cal Poly Pomona and decided to give up his job at the college.
He started thinking about hosting for the organization he founded.
“The first thing I did was start a GoFundMe page, and then I started writing some articles and started writing a little blog,” he said.
Coughlins website is now featured on the FreeReligion.com blog and his blog, FreeRelief.com, is a hub for information about the Christian church.
It’s also a hub where Christians can learn about other Christian organizations, including the United Methodist Church.
“We’ve done a lot of work for the United Methodists, but they’re a very small denomination and there aren’t really many of us,” Coughlis said.
The FreeRelive website lists churches and ministries, including Christian colleges and churches, as clients.
It also offers free hosting services for churches, which are often in the process of moving.
Cavanaugh said his organization does about $25,000 a year in hosting.
It charges $15 per month for basic hosting and $50 for advanced services.
The company’s website states that it’s available for “all kinds of organizations that are not under the purview of our church.”
FreeRelieving.com was founded in June 2017.
It started as a project of a friend of Cavanaugh’s, he said, and is now funded by donations.
“I’m a believer in free speech and freedom of religion, and I’ve been doing this for years, so I thought it was something that we could help others do,” Cavanaugh told Business Insider.
FreeRelieve is based in San Francisco.
The website features articles and videos from people and organizations with whom it has collaborated, including a recent one about a Christian university.
In an interview with the Freereligion.org blog, the church wrote: We were looking for a way to connect with other Christian groups and the community of faith and to give them the tools they need to be successful.
The first thing we did was to build a website, and that was a quick and easy process.
A lot of times people just come to our site and just say, ‘I don’t have any idea what to do,’ or they don’t understand what the heck is going on.
So, we created an interactive website that would show them how to do that.
And that was really a big turning point for us.
The site features posts from members of the church and from others who are interested in sharing information about themselves.
The blog is also a resource for people looking to learn more about the FreereligiousWebHost.com business model, Cavanaugh added.
The idea for FreeReliever is not to take money, Coughllins said.
“If they would have given us a few hundred dollars, we would have been fine, because that’s what we do for free.”
He said he’s been asked by several people to do a presentation on how FreeRelievers business model works.
He said that he hasn’t received any requests yet.
Caughlin said he didn’t think FreeRelieves business model would work if there was any other type of support available.
“People don’t think of FreeReliance as being free,” Caughlins said.
Freerelieving.net has over 2,400 members, including members of different denominations. “
So, we’re really proud of Freereliever.”
Freerelieving.net has over 2,400 members, including members of different denominations.
The group’s mission is to help churches, colleges and other Christian businesses, Caughins said, as they move forward in their missions.
“FreeRelief is a really strong organization,” Caghlin said.
He added that the FreeFaith.org site, FreeFaithGroups.org, is “really the backbone of the Free Religious Web Hosting website.”
FreeFaith groups are not affiliated with FreeRelie