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The God's Not Dead Franchise is gearing up for one amazing new movie! God's Not Dead, He's Surely Alive.. continuing to roar like a lion. Once again, the God's Not Dead movie reminds us of hope, of faith, of trust, of the power of love and reconciliation. This movie also reminds us of our freedoms- to live according to the way we desire, to believe the way we want, and to fight for what we believe is right. 
Pinacle Peak Pictures and Fanthom Events is bring you God's Not Dead: We The People!  God's Not Dead: We the People is out in theaters October 04- 06, 2021. This is one film you won't want to miss! 

The cast includes: Isaiah Washington (Grey’s Anatomy), David A.R. White (GOD’S NOT DEAD, Evening Shade), William Forsythe (DICK TRACY), Antonio Sabato. Jr, (General Hospital, THE BIG HIT), Jeanine Pirro (FOX News Justice with Judge Jeanine), and GRAMMY® Award-winning CCM artist Francesca Battistelli.

Directors and Producers: The movie is directed by Vance Null and written by Tommy Blaze, Cary Solomon, and Chuck Konzelman. Brent Ryan Green is the producer with executive producers David A.R. White, Michael Scott, and Jim Ameduri.

ABOUT PINNACLE PEAK PICTURES: Pinnacle Peak Pictures is a leading faith and family-friendly film production and distribution studio created in 2005 by Michael Scott and David A.R. White. The studio is responsible for breakout theatrical films including God’s Not Dead, The Case for Christ, and Do You Believe?, and the forthcoming God’s Not Dead: We the People (Fall 2021). The mission of Pinnacle Peak Pictures is to establish themselves as a full-service production and distribution company focusing on theatrical film and international TV & video distribution in the family and inspirational marketplace. It is their goal to tell stories that are not only entertaining and compelling, but to do so in a way that the whole family can enjoy.

God's Not Dead: We the People brings back Reverend David White to once again defend his faith and his congregation against opposition. White is called upon to defend  his congregation's Homeschool   Co-op at the Capitol. Threatened by a lack of freedom and instillation of public core education, a group of parents fights for the right to educate their children the way they want.

Christian Singer Francesca Battistelli is featured as the homeschooling mom who fights for the right to educate her children in a faith-based environment and several of our favorite God's Not Dead actors return, such as David A.R. White, Paul Kwo, and Hadeel Sittu. 

The basic premise of this movie is that trust and faith in God is still alive and well. For many reasons, these parents decide to educate their children in a faith-based homeschool environment rather than in public or private school settings. 

When the state questions their curriculum and status, the parents must defend their right to educate the way they see fit. They find themselves in Washington, before a congressional hearing, fighting for their faith and for their rights as parents. The Rev. David Hill trusts in his members and goes with them, again sharing his passionate faith with those who try to oppose him. 

I must admit, I struggled with the premise of this movie and was unsure how it would play out. Regardless of political or religious beliefs, it is obvious that our country is struggling with division and polarization. I was afraid that this movie would further instill that pattern with such a divisive topic surrounding homeschool education and politics. 

Yet, I was pleasantly surprised, that while the movie did focus on the parental right to educate as one sees fit, and did incorporate some political polarization around that issue, it also focused on reconciliation and faith. 

Reconciliation is an important tool that often gets overlooked in polarized society.. it's hard to come to an agreement, hard to admit defeat, hard to show love again.

Regardless of whether it was one of the main characters and her father, or the State's Social Worker and the Home school coop, or even Pastor White forgiving himself; reconciliation and forgiveness were at the heart of this film. 

The God's Not Dead Franchise surely reminds us that faith is alive and well, no matter what happens in a world that tries to take it away. God's love has prevailed in the history of this country, in the history before this country, and will continue to do so in the future. 

As the movie opens and ends with this famous quote from Ronald Regan, let us be remindful that while we all have different beliefs and structures we live according too, we are people that should be united together in love- not division. 

Ultimately, we the people, make up our society and country. We the people must learn to live together in respect, love, and unity. 

"Freedom is a fragile thing. It is never more than one generation of extinction. It must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation."

What is that freedom you are willing to fight for? Is it your faith? Your belief system? Your family?

How are you willing to reconcile with your neighbor, with the one that opposes you? 

Want it? Get it! 

In theaters only October 4, 5, & 6! 

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