July 27, 2021 | Rich Swingle, IFA Pray with Others Live Prayer Leader
Janet Porter, architect of the Heartbeat Bill, which is saving lives in 14 states and counting, is moving upstream of politics to address culture. She’s doing that by writing, producing and starring in a sitcom!
One day, while recovering from the sting of attacks by those striving to keep partial birth abortion legal, she binged sitcoms… and she was disgusted by the themes that are pouring into our homes and poisoning our minds. She thought, “Well I can make a better one!”
Pray with this courageous woman who is taking action for truth and light. We know you will be uplifted and encouraged by her testimony and will be blessed to pray with and for her.
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While praying with a friend, who’s now in the sitcom, the Lord showed them that this show will disciple nations, which we’re called to do in the great commission (Matthew 28:19).
In a recent interview, which you can see below, Janet told me that the American church focuses on discipling individuals, but the Marxists have been discipling nations for decades. The manifesto of the Frankfurt School targets morality to undermine the Church, their greatest adversary.
What’s a Girl to Do, works in an opposite spirit, upholding biblical values and pointing people to Truth. Conservative values are upheld and Marxism, Socialism and Communism are exposed for what they really are: great threats to freedom and Christianity.
The sitcom is based on Janet’s book, What’s a Girl to Do While Waiting for Mr. Right? which she wrote in 2009. It climbed to number two on the Christian “Relationship” chart.
The book and sitcom are both based on Janet’s life as a single Christian, and she hopes many singles will be encouraged as they navigate life. The description of the books states, “Single people could very well be the most effective members of God’s kingdom, so Satan gets them to believe they’re forsaken by God. But it’s a lie.” The book and the sitcom are both intended to clear out the lies with humor.
There is plenty in the sitcom for married couples and families as well. I play a nerd from the church, and Janet asks the whole team to call out anything that could unintentionally encourage anyone to take a step away from the Lord and his principles.
They’re raising funds at www.GiveSendGo.com/ChristianSitcom