The fourth installment in the God’s Not Dead collection will inform the tale of a homeschooling spouse and children who faces authorities interference on what their children are taught.
It is scheduled to be launched this drop.
The movie, God’s Not Dead: We the Persons, will observe Reverend Dave (David A.R. White) – a character in the other God’s Not Useless films – as he defends a group of homeschooling families and is termed to Congress to testify in a “landmark congressional listening to that will identify the foreseeable future of religious freedom,” in accordance to a information launch.
A trailer shows a social worker at the doorway of a residence, telling a family, “I’m listed here to review your homeschooling surroundings.” The trailer then depicts the loved ones and authorities officers talking about curriculum.
Reverend Dave is “taken aback by the interference of the government” and believes it is the correct of mom and dad “to educate their individual children.”
It is remaining developed by Pinnacle Peak Images, previously Pure Flix.
“We experience honored to supply our devoted audience an additional installment in the God’s Not Useless franchise that delivers a persuasive, timely, and convicting information,” states Pinnacle Peak Pictures founding spouse Michael Scott. “The themes in this movie reflect information headlines and persuade believers to continue to be sturdy in their battle to protect their religious rights and God-supplied freedoms.”
The movie also stars Isaiah Washington (Grey’s Anatomy), William Forsythe (Dick Tracy), Antonio Sabato. Jr, (Normal Clinic, The Significant Hit), Choose Jeanine Pirro (Fox Information), and singer Francesca Battistelli. It is not however rated.
The to start with God’s Not Lifeless movie (2014) told the tale of a Christian university pupil whose professor is an outspoken atheist. It grossed $60 million.
God’s Not Useless 2 (2016) adopted the story of a public faculty trainer who gets in hassle when she talks about Jesus.
The plot of God’s Not Useless: A Gentle in Darkness (2018) targeted on a pastor who faces uncertainties about faith when his church – located on the property of a college – is burned down.
Image courtesy: ©Pinnacle Peak Shots
Video clip courtesy: ©God’s Not Lifeless
Michael Foust has coated the intersection of religion and news for 20 many years. His stories have appeared in Baptist Push, Christianity Nowadays, The Christian Post, the Leaf-Chronicle, the Toronto Star and the Knoxville Information-Sentinel.