and find out what it’s all about. He encourages us to continue to post and re-post positive, godly posts and our testimonies, because it makes people curious and want to be a
part of what’s going on.
Knowing that walking with God isn’t by any means easy, I
then asked Andy what were some of the things he struggled
with growing up in his walk with Christ? Andy answered
honorably and said that he got to a point where he realized
it’s not about the relationship his parents have with God, it’s
about his own personal relationship with Jesus. It had to
come to a point where he had to decide to put his complete
faith and trust in Jesus. It was then that God opened the
door for film to be used to bring glory to His name and for
people’s lives to be transformed through entertainment like
never before- an area that connects and affects so many
around the world.
As our conversation wrapped up, I asked Andy if he and Jon
had any strategies moving forward after Woodlawn. Andy
quickly responded and affirmed that they absolutely do, and
it is to continue to make highly entertaining films about stories of redemption and the love of God. They want to continue to make films that people aren’t going to be ashamed
of buying a ticket to go watch.
And now I say this to you, rise up and go live from this moment on reminded to, “Let no one despise your youth, but
be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love,
in spirit, in faith, and in purity.” 1 Timothy 4: 12 (NKJV). The
world needs another revival and Jesus movement - and it all
starts with you. The salt of the earth!
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By: Crileidy Liriano