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‘Jesus Revolution’ Breaks Box Office Expectations! We Might Know Why…

Already hit-film “Jesus Revolution” just broke all expectations at the box office, according to a report from FaithWire.

The film opened in late February, and has already made almost $40,000,000 at the box office. The number staggeringly beat out expectations. “It’s amazing to see audiences back in theaters again and I’m grateful to be a parter with Lionsgate as we rebuild the theatrical experience we all love and missed!” director Jon Erwin told FaithWire. “‘Jesus Revolution’ is an amazing experience with an audience.”

And by audience, he means you! And us! All of us!

Starring Kelsey Grammer (“Frasier”) and Jonathan Roumie (“The Chosen”) the film has had huge reviews. In fact, the reviews catapulted Erwin into a record-breaking achievement of his own. (LEARN MORE: ‘Jesus Revolution’ Is Based On A True Story, And It Looks Beautiful. Tell Us What You Think!)

“Jesus Revolution” made Erwin the first ever director to achieve four A+ Cinema Scores. Not even Steven Spielberg has achieved more than two A+ scores!

Does ‘Jesus Revolution’ Prove We’re In The 3rd Great Awakening?

On it’s own, the answer to this question is no. But when combined with so many other things happening at this moment in history … maybe it does. Just think about the success of Asbury Revival, the strides being taken to reclaim freedom in America. (LEARN MORE: Watch And Be Inspired By Asbury Revival’s Inter-Denominational Phenomenon)

Now is the time to profess your faith. You are here to witness this moment in history for a reason. Perhaps your role is to continue inspiring our third Great Awakening?

Have You Seen “Jesus Revolution?” If So, Tell Us What You Think!

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