God’s Not Dead: We the People Movie Review

by Crystal Carder

I never thought I would be a homeschool mom but, I will say, I always thought that one day I might could be. Then, right before COVID, Michael and I were planning on making a big trip to California so Michael could go to evangelism school (which is actually why were out in California right nowand we knew our kids wouldn’t be able to finish the school year in public school, so we decided to homeschool them. It was literally just a month before COVID shut the world down and everyone told us we were crazy. Then the world shut down and everybody said, we did the right thing. And, I personally believe we did. I wouldn’t put my kids back in public school with everything going on these days, but I also know our freedom to homeschool our children is at jeopardy every day.

It was just a few months ago, when a Harvard Law professor attacked homeschooling. And that’s just one of the many things that homeschoolers and homeschool parents are dealing with every day. Its only a matter of time before we lose our rights to homeschool our children and that’s why I am so incredibly happy that the new God’s Not Dead: We the People touches on a topic that almost no one is willing touch.

Watch the Official God’s Not Dead: We the People Trailer

 


About the NEW God’s Not Dead: We the People Movie

The God’s Not Dead franchise continues in God’s Not Dead: We the People as Reverend Dave (White) is called to defend a group of Christian homeschooling families.  He finds himself taken aback by the interference of the government, and believing that their right to educate their own children is a freedom worth fighting for, Reverend 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.

My Review 

Whether you’re a homeschool parent or not, God’s Not Dead: We the People is a movie that every American should see. The movie is eye-opening, thought-provoking, and probably my favorite God’s Not Dead movie to date!

 

The movie starts out with an unexpected visit from a government official to a small homeschool co-op. During the visit, Reverend Dave is going over things in the Bible and the government official deems the homeschool co-op as inadequate and prepares to report them.

From there the movie plot only escalates and you soon find Reverend Dave, along with a few of the homeschool parents in Washington DC fighting for religious freedoms, tackling common core, government history and more.

This movie is played by some of the same actors/actresses that we’ve met in the previous God’s Not Dead movies and it even follows through with some of their storylines. Although this is the first God’s Not Dead movie that did not include an appearance from the Christian band, Newsboys the movie did include some of their songs.

While I have read some reviews calling this movie a little far-fetched, I personally don’t believe the dilemma that these people are facing in this movie is something homeschoolers won’t ever have to face. When COVID hit, we saw governments shut-down our religious freedoms and I believe that things are slowly progressing towards taking our rights away so a movie that calls for us to ‘wake up’ is one that I feel people need to see.

You can watch God’s Not Dead: We the People for yourself in theaters October 4-6.

Buy Tickets Here: https://www.fathomevents.com/events/Gods-Not-Dead-We-The-People
Official Website: https://godsnotdead.com/
Official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GodsNotDeadTheMovie/

Many thanks to Pinnacle Peak for providing this product/product information for review.  Opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation.  I did receive the product in exchange for this review and post.

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