Mark Zuckerberg is going to make $1 billion off a Facebook ad campaign to educate Christians

Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, has said he will make a “significant” amount of money off of an ad campaign he is launching to help Christians learn about Christianity.

The $1.3 billion ad campaign, which will run in 15 states, is being launched in a new initiative called Christianity at Schools, which is run by the Mark Zuckerberg Initiative.

The initiative, which has so far been successful in bringing in $200 million from investors, will be able to raise $500 million through advertising sales in the next five years, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.

According to the report, Zuckerberg will spend $500m on the project, which he hopes to launch in 2019.

He will also be working with evangelist and pastor Dr. John Hagee, who is credited with helping to launch the initiative.

In order to attract Christians to the program, Zuckerberg’s company is using a unique approach.

The company is creating a series of “brief” videos called “The Journey of Faith”, which are intended to encourage people to talk to others about their faith, according the report.

In one video, the video shows the story of a young girl who was saved by Jesus and is being educated by the missionaries.

The young girl is shown with a cross and asked to identify with her faith.

Hagee will be in attendance during the event.

The mission is designed to teach children about the importance of faith in a way that is fun and educational, the report said.

In an interview with CNNMoney, Hagey said that the evangelist was a big influence in helping the project reach its goals.

“The evangelist has been really instrumental in helping us get through the funding and in helping make this a reality,” Hageey said.

“This is the kind of thing that happens when you have a really strong and strong evangelist.

They really put a lot of pressure on this guy and he’s really driven by that.”

The video, which can be viewed at youtube.com/cnnmoney, features several people in the audience discussing the story.

One person in the video, who cannot be identified, says he thinks Zuckerberg will be “overwhelmed” by the support of the community.

“It is the first time we’ve had a chance to really meet people like this,” he says.

“And it is not just the evangelists, but the teachers, the pastors, the community that is the biggest contributor.

The people that are going to be most supportive are the people who actually know these people and they’re the ones that are really interested.”

Zuckerberg, who has been an outspoken critic of religion and Christianity, is the fifth person in history to be profiled in an ad.

He is not the only person who has made headlines for his outspoken views.