You've seen the headlines:
Fire Chief Axed for His Faith
Florist Sued after Refusing to Violate Her Conscience
Christian Cake Artist Ordered to Undergo Reeducation
The message today's PC police are trying to send Christians is clear—you are free to believe, but you are not free to act on your beliefs.
But therein lies the problem—true belief always requires action.
That is the message of Do You Believe?, the upcoming film from the creators of the family-friendly hit God's Not Dead.
The story follows 12 people from all walks of life whose hearts are touched by the power of faith in action. As God brings them together, they see firsthand the impact the Gospel can have in their own lives and community.
As Christians, we are called to spread the Gospel. But if the world had its way, Christians would stay silent and care more about pleasing people than pleasing God. As the movie helps illustrate however, for every fire chief like Kelvin Cochran, florist like Barronelle Stutzman, and cake artist like Jack Phillips who are willing to live out their faith in every area of their lives, countless other lives are touched and numerous hearts are inspired to be bold for Christ.
Do You Believe? reminds us that there is hope in a dark world, because the victory has already been won on the Cross. Now it's time for us to live like it. That's why Alliance Defending Freedom works so hard to protect religious freedom in the U.S. and around the world. Because when someone is willing to stand up for their faith, they should never have to stand alone.
If you've been waiting for a film that will leave you entertained and inspired, reserve your tickets today for Do You Believe?, in theaters today!
In the comments below, tell us, is this a movie you plan to see?