In about 20 hours I’ll send a facebook post to all my friends, coming out with this project and all it entails.
The past few weeks have been a whirlwind of momentum, and I really haven’t had a chance to think about how it will be received. I have seen nothing but support and love for the past few months, as we’ve talked, outlined, argued, and developed the story, brand, title, and heart of At The End of The Day.
I know this is the first of many “night before” moments I’ll have in the life of this project, and I’m going to enjoy it. I know many, many of my friends and acquaintances will get this project, and keep us going with love and encouragement. I also know that there will be a few who will think we’ve gone off the deep end, and who (sincerely) will not be able to follow . I get that. And I’ve been there. And the most important thing I can do is remember that if I let that change anything about our relationship, I’ve lost the heart of this project.
So, me and my family will focus on the positive: love and support. We have already been blown away at the encouraging words from those who’ve known about the movie.
We want to thank all of you who have pushed us forward, donated time, energy, talents, and resources.
We also want to thank all the brave members of the LGBT community who have loved regardless of how they were treated. Who have continued following after God even when others told them he wants nothing to do with them. You are our inspiration, and we can only hope that this project shares some of that love back to you.
At the end of the day, we are known by our love.