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I have watched all of the other God’s NOT Dead movies, and have found them to be moving and inspirational. So, when I was given the opportunity to review God’s NOT Dead: We The People movie I was beyond thrilled to be able to review this movie. Little did I know how much this movie was going to hit close to home until I saw the preview for it. I have been homeschooling my kids since my oldest son was in the first grade. He is now graduated, and I still have two kids left that I’m homeschooling. I do share my belief in God with them regularly and we do Bible studies as a part of our curriculum.
About 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 Movie Review of God’s NOT Dead: We the People
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This movie hit home and sent chills throughout my body while I was watching it. I can see many families enduring this battle as the lines of government control continue to be blurred. I literally feel as American citizens we have bowed a lot and let the government control more than what it should in our daily lives. This movie is a prime example of how our rights as Americans and as parents are being stripped from us. I do feel we should FIGHT!
To give you a little bit of a background, when I went through my custody battle with my oldest daughter, I had more DSS visits to our home than I cared to count. Everything about my husband and I’s parenting was put under a microscope. While I won’t sit here and claim that I deserve a mother of the year award, I will say that I feel I’m a strong and good parent to my kids. I do my very best to raise them and FULLY educate them. I am here for them, and I do provide them with everything they need and more. If I was placed in this position this family is placed in, I would fight just as hard.God is good! He will always be there to fulfill our hearts. #inspiration God's Not Dead is on [email protected] your free trial: https://hubs.ly/H0mmS700 Click To Tweet
I feel that this movie should be an eye-opener for ALL Americans whether you believe in God or not. Here’s why…. the simple rights that we’ve taken for granted for years have been challenged over the past two years. I do feel that the government is going to be making more demands on how we homeschool our children in the future. I also feel that we as a country are losing many of the freedoms our forefathers fought for, and I feel we need to fight for this!
I didn’t choose to homeschool my kids to teach them about God, even though, that is definitely a huge bonus. The reason I choose to homeschool them is that our local schools failed to provide a safe quality educational environment for our kids. We even tried a couple of private schools and they weren’t any better, if anything, they were worse. As a person who spent years preparing to become a teacher, I value education with a passion.
I think every person will like this movie. I believe it will give you tons of food for thought too.
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