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‘Jesus Revolution’ Is Based On A True Story, And It Looks Beautiful. Tell Us What You Think!

“Jesus Revolution” is officially released in the movie theatres today, and it looks like one of the most beautiful stories of modern faith.

Starring Kelsey Grammer (“Frasier”) and Jonathan Roumie (“The Chosen”) the film has already received pretty positive reviews from outlets like Deadline, but speak more to our current moment in history than many probably realize from the trailer. Set in the 1960s and ’70s, the story chronicles a true story of the counterculture hippie movement, faith, conservative politics, and the juxtapositions that define both then and our current moment in history as they come together into one cohesive American culture.

As we enter the Third Great Awakening, faith is our one constant point in the storm to help us navigate through to the light. Perhaps this work of entertainment will help ignite a new moment in our history, where the nation returns to the love of God.

We’re already seeing mass movements overtake the so-called mainstream, particularly at the Asbury Revival. (LEARN MORE: Watch And Be Inspired By Asbury Revival’s Inter-Denominational Phenomenon)

We’ve not seen the full film yet, but you can be sure we’ll review it when we do! You can see “Jesus Revolution” in theatres, and apparently it’s also available on Roku and Peacock, thanks to streaming deals signed in 2022, Collider reported.

Are you ready for the next great “Jesus Revolution?”

Watch the trailer here. We bet you’ll get chills. If you’ve already seen “Jesus Revolution,” then let us know what you think!

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