Reverend Dave is back for another harrowing journey in “God’s Not Dead: We the People” — a powerful exploration of liberty and freedom.
In the fourth film in the franchise — which is available exclusively on Pure Flix — Reverend Dave, portrayed by David A.R. White, stands up to defend Christian homeschooling families amid government interference.
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Dave’s stance is that these families have the right to educate their kids without such intrusion. So, he stands up when that right is threatened and helps give them a voice in the midst of tumult.
In the movie, the battle quickly heats up and Reverend Dave and the families find themselves delivering a major congressional testimony that could have a sweeping impact on religious freedom throughout America.
White has described “God’s Not Dead: We the People” as being inspired by "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," two classic films.
And director Vance Null recently told Pure Flix Insider that the central message of the film is a pertinent reminder about the essential freedoms Americans enjoy.
“[The central message of the film is] a reminder that the life we have in America is pretty darn good and a reminder of the freedoms that enable such a life,” Null said. “And, ultimately, a reminder of the price that was paid for the ultimate freedom we have in Jesus.”