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Cordova, TN; July 05, in the year of our Lord 2013 - - Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games has an important announcement to make. Over three million unique IP addresses have accessed the Family Friendly Gaming website. This amazing number was reached on the fourth of July 2013. The gaming website devoted to families has consistently grown since it was originally introduced on March 13, 2005. This tracking of over three million is made even more amazing since the tracking started on January 23, 2008. There is no official tracking of the close to three years since the site was initially put online and when the tracking starts. So the number is most likely even higher.

“If anyone tells you that you can not make an impact, do not listen to them,” explained Paul Bury, Editor in Chief of Family Friendly Gaming. “We were told we would be gone in a year. We were told no one cared about the family friendly video games. We were told we did not belong by the tolerant of diversity crowd. We were told we would fail. We were told we did not belong. We were told Christians do not belong in the video game industry. We were told to go away. We were told to stop creating and building a website safe for families. We choose not to listen to all the voices of negativity, instead we listened to God. We followed and obeyed where God lead us. Because of that we have received this amazing blessing.”

“It may be just another number, and sure there are bigger websites out there,” Yolanda Bury, Art Director of Family Friendly Gaming commented. “We are a few doing God's will for our lives. He has blessed us tremendously. This achievement has nothing to do with our talents, skills, or ideas. Instead it has all to do with a yearning for a relationship with Jesus Christ that so many have in their hearts. We get asked all the time: 'Why are we so happy?' 'Why are we so content?' 'Why are we so quick to point out our faults?'. The answer is simple – we do our best to follow and obey God.”


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