I am now using C4C Ubuntu 22.04 which is available at https://computers4christians.org/ . This distribution is based on Xubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish. The installer is the Calamares Installer. This is the installer used by Manjaro Linux and KaOS.
I struggled with this installer due to the cursor being frozen on the screen on my Lenovo Ideapad 3 laptop. I had to make a separate EFI boot partition due to the bootloader failing to install on the first EFI partition. I partitioned manually, making root, home, and swap partitions in addition to the EFI boot partition. I had to put "i8042.nopnp=1 pci=nocrs" in the kernel line of /etc/default/grub and updated Grub in order for the cursor to move.
Unlike stock Xubuntu, C4C Ubuntu has the panel at the bottom of the screen. A white on black cross icon is where the pull up menu goes up from. C4C Ubuntu has a Whisker Menu. Firefox is the web browser included with many links to Christian web sites and Ubuntu web sites. C4C Ubuntu includes LibreOffice, the GIMP, and the VLC Media Player, FileZilla, and Thunderbird. There is Christian software included including Xiphos, Wide Margin, and Bible Desktop. Some Christian games are included, and links to Christian YouTube channels. There are also audio Bible recordings and sermons available.
The gnash media player is installed on a Snap. I was also able to install Whatsie, a WhatsApp program as a Snap.
One thing that the user wants to fix is change the link of the Kent Hovind YouTube channel to another channel that Kent Hovind controls, due to the Kent Hovind Official YouTube channel being terminated due to an alleged term of service violation.
I do like that Ubuntu warns the user when there are important security updates to software via Software Updater. The Software & Updates program chooses the fastest server, it so happened to be a Canadian server for me.
Ubuntu has systemd for its init system and service supervision. Some people don't like systemd, but it does provide a faster boot than SysVinit.
This is a fine operating system for those who want Christian software and material bundled in. It would be nice if there was a Christian distribution based on Devuan GNU/Linux for those who prefer a systemd free system.