Perhaps the most surprising moment in God’s Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness — the third installment in the wildly popular and commercially successful Christian movie franchise — comes when the beleaguered Pastor Dave (David A.R. White) goes to visit Pastor Roland (Gregory Alan Williams).
It’s a startling moment because it’s one of several in the movie in which it seems that the God’s Not Dead series might have become self-aware.
Dave is certain that his church, St. James, is under attack from people who harbor an anti-religious political agenda against Christians. When Roland counsels him to pray and be patient, Dave is not having any of it, telling Roland that he might feel differently if it were his church being attacked. Roland looks at him in disbelief, and for just a moment, his voice gets heated. “Brother, who do you think you’re talking to?” he says to Dave. “I’m a black preacher in the Deep South. I could build a church with all the bricks that have thrown through my windows.”
a leading independent faith and family film studio announced the release date and trailer debut for God’s Not Dead: We the People premiering in theaters nationwide in Fall 2021. The trailer is now available at God’s Not Dead: We the People is the next chapter in the popular franchise that started with God’s Not Dead in 2014.
God’s Not Dead: We The People (Official Trailer)
Congressman Daryl Smith: Isaiah Washington (Grey‘s Anatomy)
Reverend Dave Hill: David A.R. White (GOD’S NOT DEAD, Evening Shade)
Mike McKinnon: AntonioSabato.Jr, (General Hospital, Melrose Place, THE BIG HIT)
Rebecca McKinnon: Francesca Battistelli (GRAMMY Award-winning CCM artist, SOUL SURFER)
Robert Benson: William Forsythe (DICK TRACY)
Judge Neely: Jeanine Pirro (FOX News Justice with Judge Jeanine)
Jude: Benjamin Onyango (GOD’S NOT DEAD, TEARS OF THE SUN)