'God's Not Dead: We the People' Explores Freedom Worth Fighting For
The God's Not Dead franchise continues in God's Not Dead: We the People, premiering this fall. In the film, Rev. Dave (David A.R. White) is called to defend a group of Christian homeschooling families.
Believing that the right to educate our own children is a freedom worth fighting for, he finds himself taken aback by the interference of the government. Rev. Dave is called to Washington DC to testify in a landmark congressional hearing that will determine the future of religious freedom in our country for years to come.
The inspirational drama centers around a riveting fight for freedom that starts in the heart of the country and runs to the corridors of our nation's capital. It prompts audiences to ask the compelling question: If your individual liberties were threatened—what would you do?
The plot parallels current news headlines regarding the challenge against the freedom of speech and religious liberties as the fundamental right to educate children.
God's Not Dead: We the People is the next chapter in the popular franchise that started with God's Not Dead in 2014. That film became one of the most profitable faith films with a $1.5MM budget and grossed over $65MM at the box office.
"We feel honored to provide our faithful audience another installment in the God's Not Dead franchise that provides a compelling, timely and convicting message," says Pinnacle Peak Pictures founding partner Michael Scott. "The themes in this film reflect news headlines and encourage believers to remain strong in their fight to protect their spiritual rights and God-given freedoms."
Watch the trailer for God's Not Dead: We the People here, and support this faith-based film when it releases in fall 2021.
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