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ENDORSEMENTS

NEWSBOYS

INTERNATIONAL BAND

DR. TONY ZEISS

MUSEUM OF THE BIBLE

RICE BROOCKS

AUTHOR – GOD’S NOT DEAD

PASTOR JOHN HAGEE

JOHN HAGEE MINISTRIES

SAM BROWNBACK

FORMER KANSAS GOVERNOR

JASON RAPERT

ARKANSAS SENATE

  • “It’s been said that truth alone is too hard; love alone is too soft. How do we as Christians stand for truth, while still reflecting God’s love? God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness creatively explores this enduring issue. It’s both a poignant drama to enjoy, as well as a powerful story to learn from.”

    Lee Strobel Author of The Case for Christ and The Case for Miracles
  • “I just watched God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness and consider it the best in the GND trilogy. Good cinematography, good acting, directing, and editing. David White did a great job in the lead role. The message that love is what the world needs to see from the church first was very powerful.”

    Alex Kendrick Kendricks Brothers Productions
  • "There has rarely been a greater need for unity in our nation. God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness is a powerful film, full of moving scenes, and it emphasizes what we all need to hear about more: the grace and love of God, and His call for us to walk in grace and love toward those around us. Go see it, and join the movement to bring light to the darkness!"

    Ronnie Floyd President of the National Day of Prayer, Senior Pastor of Cross Church
  • “As a pastor, I can’t wait to gather our church members and their friends for our GOD’S NOT DEAD: A LIGHT IN DARKNESS pre-release theater event. It will be a great night together, and it’ll feature a motion picture that’s also a moving experience. I’d urge church leaders everywhere to do what our church is doing – start your Easter week with a BE THE LIGHT – SHINE THE LIGHT theater event, then invite everyone back to your Easter services!”

    Rev. Samuel Rodriguez President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
  • “I love that God's Not Dead: A Light In Darkness shines bright on some very tough topics that the church is having to face like: why is our youth is leaving the church or why so many broken people feel as though they can't turn to the church? I believe this film has the ability to get people talking and it's the time to once again let our light shine bright in dark places."

    Shari Rigby Actress, October Baby
  • "This film is so relevant to life today. I'm excited to see another outlet bringing the conversation back center and remind us that we all need to be a light in darkness.”

    Kirk Franklin Musician
  • “Could not be more excited to go see “God’s Not Dead, A Light in Darkness.” I have been blessed beyond measure from their first two films, now my favorite and most challenging subject, FORGIVENESS! Whatever you do, don’t miss this movie.”

    Johnny Hunt Pastor, First Baptist Church, Woodstock, GA
  • “How do we respond when truth is being challenged in the public square? The foundations of truth in our world have been shaking for a long time. God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness reminds believers everywhere, that not only do they have the answers our world needs, but they are called to walk as light in the darkness!”

    Dr. Jeremiah J. Johnston Author, and President of the Christian Thinkers Society
  • “Everybody needs hope. Hope has become a rare commodity these days, but it doesn’t have to be that way. This film will bring a breakthrough of hope for everyone who sees it.”

    Bobby Schuller Pastor of Shepherd’s Grove, Author, Host of Hour of Power
  • "God's not Dead: A Light in Darkness pulls off something Siri and Google just can't do. This movie gets you directions to Heaven and expands your heart knowledge about a marvelous, miracle working, mighty God!"

    Tony Nolan Pastor, Author, WinterJam Tour speaker
  • "The relevancy of God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness was almost surreal. It was as if the plot was taken off the recent pages of the Atlanta Journal Constitution. This movie is a fitting reminder that there are times when we can win battles in the culture war, but lose the very people we are trying to reach for Christ. This film reminds us that Jesus is not only our Savior, but also our example…”

    J. Gerald Harris Editor, The Christian Index
  • “I highly recommend seeing this thought-provoking movie that tackles the struggles all Christians face in trying to deal with our culture in grace and love without compromising our faith. Christians should have a different standard for measuring success. Watch this powerful film and be challenged to choose forgiveness and love over winning. Light always transforms the darkness.”

    Sandy Wisdom-Martin Executive Director/Treasurer, Woman’s Missionary Union, Southern Baptist Convention
  • “GOD’S NOT DEAD – but we already knew that. Being A LIGHT IN DARKNESS – that’s where we’ve got some growing to do. This great new film inspires us in both areas. It underscores our confidence in God, and it reinforces our commitment to loving and serving others for Him.”

    Rev. Tony Suarez Executive Vice President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
  • "God’s Not Dead: A Light In the Darkness eloquently and effectively proclaims the message of the Gospel. It communicates that while we as believers in Christ are enabled and empowered to stand firm in our faith, we are also equipped to communicate the truth with grace and love. More than ever, it’s time to bring a divided world together in unity under the banner of Christ’s love and to BE the Church outside of the walls; to be a light in the darkness."

    Joel Vaughn Artist on DREAM Records
  • “God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness is such a timely film that sheds light on issues that many often avoid. Anyone who watches the film will surely be reminded of the power of God’s grace, and the importance of spreading His love in this day.”

    Landry Cantrell Artist on DREAM Records
  • "God’s Not Dead: Light in the Darkness is an inspiring film that creatively communicates the goodness and love of Jesus. This is such a powerful story that our younger generation needs to experience in a lost and broken world."

    Brandon Sharp Worship Leader, Long Hollow WAVE (Long Hollow Baptist Church), Hendersonville, TN
  • The movie was very inspiring and was a great reminder that others are willing to sacrifice much to stand for what is right and Godly. It is also a great reminder of forgiveness and how powerful of a tool it is.”

    Jim Law Executive Pastor, First Baptist Church, Woodstock, GA
  • God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness, has a message to both those inside and outside the walls of the Church.  It reminds us that Christians are not perfect, just forgiven and that sometimes we must be willing to set aside our rights for others even as Jesus set aside His rights for us.”

    Calvin Wittman Pastor, Applewood Baptist Church, Wheat Ridge, CO
  • Forgiveness and persistence are extremely important topics that we need to be reminded of daily.   I'm grateful to have worked on music for this project that addresses such issues with an uplifting, Jesus centered focus.”

    David Duffield Singer of We Are Leo on DREAM Records
  • With all that is going on in the world, God's Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness seems to have come at just the right time. This inspiring film aims to bring people together to shed a light into the darkest places and bring hope to a generation that so desperately needs it. The movie portrays real life struggle that real people can relate to, but also the redemption that comes from placing your hope and trust in Jesus Christ. We believe in the message of this movie and encourage everyone to get a group of friends together and go see it this Easter!

    Tyler Sowards Singer of Mass Anthem on DREAM Records
  • “God’s NOT dead indeed! He is ever present and alive working powerfully through the humbled lives of His children. In the midst of trial, this movie serves as a reminder of just that."

    Steele Croswhite Worship Pastor at The Rock Music (The Rock Church), Salt Lake City, UT
  • “Growing up being in the God’s Not Dead films has been such an amazing part of my life. It’s touched my heart to see how many people have been impacted by what God is doing through these movies. I’m so honored to have my song “Rebound” featured and to be a part of this powerful new film of bringing light to the darkness.”

    Abigail Duhon Artist on DREAM Records & Actress in the God’s Not Dead films
  • "What a film! We were so blessed to be a part of a film with such a timely message for God’s people today. Be prepared to be inspired, encouraged, and challenged by God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness!”

    New Hope Oahu Music Artist on DREAM Worship, Oahu, HI
  • “Even in the middle of what we view as a personal hardship or attack, God is at work in our hearts and in the lives of others in ways in which we might not be aware. God’s Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness is a great reminder of this truth. This is a moving story about how God can take loss, defeat and frustration and use it to redeem lives and bring light to hopeless situations.”

    Kevin Ezell President, North American Mission Board, SBC
  • “Freedom of speech. Romance. Family conflict. The betrayal of a friend. Faith triumphing over defeat. Pain, loss, and redemption. What doesn’t this powerful new film have? No doubt about it, you need to see GOD’S NOT DEAD: A LIGHT IN DARKNESS when it opens in theaters on Easter weekend!”

    Rev. Samuel Rodriguez President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
  • “In a day that applauds divisive attitudes and actions, “God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness” provides a refreshing picture of Christ-exalting reconciliation and redemption. The film captures you quickly and  powerfully presents the magnetic message of finding your help and hope through Jesus Christ.”

    Jay Wolf Pastor, First Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL
  • God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness offers fans an inspirational, thought provoking and faith-affirming journey. The latest film in the franchise is a must-see feature that delivers a powerful and timely message for us all.”

    Billy Hallowell Senior Editor at Faithwire
  • "My wife and I loved GOD'S NOT DEAD: A LIGHT IN DARKNESS. It's a great movie with a great message! It reminds us that we can't fight for everything under the sun, but instead that we should focus on the few things that can make a lasting change in the lives of people: the love of God, the truth of Jesus, and the message of the Gospel. I highly recommend this compelling film."

    Greg Outlaw Co-founder, President & CEO of AllAboutGOD.com
  • “The new God's Not Dead movie is a refreshing and inspiring look into the tensions that believers in Jesus face today. It has a timely message about the need to build bridges rather than walls. I particularly enjoyed how it demonstrates the urgent need for Christian communities to engage the college campus in winsome and courageous ways.”

    Paul Worcester Author of Tips for Starting A College Ministry and CollegiateCollective.com

ENROSEMENTS

NEWSBOYS

INTERNATIONAL BAND

DR. TONY ZEISS

MUSEUM OF THE BIBLE

RICE BROOKS

AUTHOR – GOD’S NOT DEAD

PASTOR JOHN HAGEE

JOHN HAGEE MINISTRIES

SAM BROWNBACK

FORMER KANSAS GOVERNOR

JASON RAPERT

ARKANSAS SENATE

  • “It’s been said that truth alone is too hard; love alone is too soft. How do we as Christians stand for truth, while still reflecting God’s love? God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness creatively explores this enduring issue. It’s both a poignant drama to enjoy, as well as a powerful story to learn from.”

    Lee Strobel Author of The Case for Christ and The Case for Miracles
  • “I just watched God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness and consider it the best in the GND trilogy. Good cinematography, good acting, directing, and editing. David White did a great job in the lead role. The message that love is what the world needs to see from the church first was very powerful.”

    Alex Kendrick Kendricks Brothers Productions
  • "There has rarely been a greater need for unity in our nation. God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness is a powerful film, full of moving scenes, and it emphasizes what we all need to hear about more: the grace and love of God, and His call for us to walk in grace and love toward those around us. Go see it, and join the movement to bring light to the darkness!"

    Ronnie Floyd President of the National Day of Prayer, Senior Pastor of Cross Church
  • “As a pastor, I can’t wait to gather our church members and their friends for our GOD’S NOT DEAD: A LIGHT IN DARKNESS pre-release theater event. It will be a great night together, and it’ll feature a motion picture that’s also a moving experience. I’d urge church leaders everywhere to do what our church is doing – start your Easter week with a BE THE LIGHT – SHINE THE LIGHT theater event, then invite everyone back to your Easter services!”

    Rev. Samuel Rodriguez President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
  • “I love that God's Not Dead: A Light In Darkness shines bright on some very tough topics that the church is having to face like: why is our youth is leaving the church or why so many broken people feel as though they can't turn to the church? I believe this film has the ability to get people talking and it's the time to once again let our light shine bright in dark places."

    Shari Rigby Actress, October Baby
  • "This film is so relevant to life today. I'm excited to see another outlet bringing the conversation back center and remind us that we all need to be a light in darkness.”

    Kirk Franklin Musician
  • “Could not be more excited to go see “God’s Not Dead, A Light in Darkness.” I have been blessed beyond measure from their first two films, now my favorite and most challenging subject, FORGIVENESS! Whatever you do, don’t miss this movie.”

    Johnny Hunt Pastor, First Baptist Church, Woodstock, GA
  • “How do we respond when truth is being challenged in the public square? The foundations of truth in our world have been shaking for a long time. God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness reminds believers everywhere, that not only do they have the answers our world needs, but they are called to walk as light in the darkness!”

    Dr. Jeremiah J. Johnston Author, and President of the Christian Thinkers Society
  • “Everybody needs hope. Hope has become a rare commodity these days, but it doesn’t have to be that way. This film will bring a breakthrough of hope for everyone who sees it.”

    Bobby Schuller Pastor of Shepherd’s Grove, Author, Host of Hour of Power
  • "God's not Dead: A Light in Darkness pulls off something Siri and Google just can't do. This movie gets you directions to Heaven and expands your heart knowledge about a marvelous, miracle working, mighty God!"

    Tony Nolan Pastor, Author, WinterJam Tour speaker
  • "The relevancy of God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness was almost surreal. It was as if the plot was taken off the recent pages of the Atlanta Journal Constitution. This movie is a fitting reminder that there are times when we can win battles in the culture war, but lose the very people we are trying to reach for Christ. This film reminds us that Jesus is not only our Savior, but also our example…”

    J. Gerald Harris Editor, The Christian Index
  • “I highly recommend seeing this thought-provoking movie that tackles the struggles all Christians face in trying to deal with our culture in grace and love without compromising our faith. Christians should have a different standard for measuring success. Watch this powerful film and be challenged to choose forgiveness and love over winning. Light always transforms the darkness.”

    Sandy Wisdom-Martin Executive Director/Treasurer, Woman’s Missionary Union, Southern Baptist Convention
  • “GOD’S NOT DEAD – but we already knew that. Being A LIGHT IN DARKNESS – that’s where we’ve got some growing to do. This great new film inspires us in both areas. It underscores our confidence in God, and it reinforces our commitment to loving and serving others for Him.”

    Rev. Tony Suarez Executive Vice President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
  • "God’s Not Dead: A Light In the Darkness eloquently and effectively proclaims the message of the Gospel. It communicates that while we as believers in Christ are enabled and empowered to stand firm in our faith, we are also equipped to communicate the truth with grace and love. More than ever, it’s time to bring a divided world together in unity under the banner of Christ’s love and to BE the Church outside of the walls; to be a light in the darkness."

    Joel Vaughn Artist on DREAM Records
  • “God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness is such a timely film that sheds light on issues that many often avoid. Anyone who watches the film will surely be reminded of the power of God’s grace, and the importance of spreading His love in this day.”

    Landry Cantrell Artist on DREAM Records
  • "God’s Not Dead: Light in the Darkness is an inspiring film that creatively communicates the goodness and love of Jesus. This is such a powerful story that our younger generation needs to experience in a lost and broken world."

    Brandon Sharp Worship Leader, Long Hollow WAVE (Long Hollow Baptist Church), Hendersonville, TN
  • The movie was very inspiring and was a great reminder that others are willing to sacrifice much to stand for what is right and Godly. It is also a great reminder of forgiveness and how powerful of a tool it is.”

    Jim Law Executive Pastor, First Baptist Church, Woodstock, GA
  • God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness, has a message to both those inside and outside the walls of the Church.  It reminds us that Christians are not perfect, just forgiven and that sometimes we must be willing to set aside our rights for others even as Jesus set aside His rights for us.”

    Calvin Wittman Pastor, Applewood Baptist Church, Wheat Ridge, CO
  • Forgiveness and persistence are extremely important topics that we need to be reminded of daily.   I'm grateful to have worked on music for this project that addresses such issues with an uplifting, Jesus centered focus.”

    David Duffield Singer of We Are Leo on DREAM Records
  • With all that is going on in the world, God's Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness seems to have come at just the right time. This inspiring film aims to bring people together to shed a light into the darkest places and bring hope to a generation that so desperately needs it. The movie portrays real life struggle that real people can relate to, but also the redemption that comes from placing your hope and trust in Jesus Christ. We believe in the message of this movie and encourage everyone to get a group of friends together and go see it this Easter!

    Tyler Sowards Singer of Mass Anthem on DREAM Records
  • “God’s NOT dead indeed! He is ever present and alive working powerfully through the humbled lives of His children. In the midst of trial, this movie serves as a reminder of just that."

    Steele Croswhite Worship Pastor at The Rock Music (The Rock Church), Salt Lake City, UT
  • “Growing up being in the God’s Not Dead films has been such an amazing part of my life. It’s touched my heart to see how many people have been impacted by what God is doing through these movies. I’m so honored to have my song “Rebound” featured and to be a part of this powerful new film of bringing light to the darkness.”

    Abigail Duhon Artist on DREAM Records & Actress in the God’s Not Dead films
  • "What a film! We were so blessed to be a part of a film with such a timely message for God’s people today. Be prepared to be inspired, encouraged, and challenged by God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness!”

    New Hope Oahu Music Artist on DREAM Worship, Oahu, HI
  • “Even in the middle of what we view as a personal hardship or attack, God is at work in our hearts and in the lives of others in ways in which we might not be aware. God’s Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness is a great reminder of this truth. This is a moving story about how God can take loss, defeat and frustration and use it to redeem lives and bring light to hopeless situations.”

    Kevin Ezell President, North American Mission Board, SBC
  • “Freedom of speech. Romance. Family conflict. The betrayal of a friend. Faith triumphing over defeat. Pain, loss, and redemption. What doesn’t this powerful new film have? No doubt about it, you need to see GOD’S NOT DEAD: A LIGHT IN DARKNESS when it opens in theaters on Easter weekend!”

    Rev. Samuel Rodriguez President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
  • “In a day that applauds divisive attitudes and actions, “God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness” provides a refreshing picture of Christ-exalting reconciliation and redemption. The film captures you quickly and  powerfully presents the magnetic message of finding your help and hope through Jesus Christ.”

    Jay Wolf Pastor, First Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL
  • God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness offers fans an inspirational, thought provoking and faith-affirming journey. The latest film in the franchise is a must-see feature that delivers a powerful and timely message for us all.”

    Billy Hallowell Senior Editor at Faithwire
  • "My wife and I loved GOD'S NOT DEAD: A LIGHT IN DARKNESS. It's a great movie with a great message! It reminds us that we can't fight for everything under the sun, but instead that we should focus on the few things that can make a lasting change in the lives of people: the love of God, the truth of Jesus, and the message of the Gospel. I highly recommend this compelling film."

    Greg Outlaw Co-founder, President & CEO of AllAboutGOD.com
  • “The new God's Not Dead movie is a refreshing and inspiring look into the tensions that believers in Jesus face today. It has a timely message about the need to build bridges rather than walls. I particularly enjoyed how it demonstrates the urgent need for Christian communities to engage the college campus in winsome and courageous ways.”

    Paul Worcester Author of Tips for Starting A College Ministry and CollegiateCollective.com
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