Hollywood elites have launched a propaganda campaign to attack and suppresses Christianity.
The constantly pump out filth and movies that portray Christians as evil.
But one star of the hit show “This Is Us” just delivered a death blow to their propaganda campaign.
“This Is Us” star Chrissy Metz just proclaimed her Christian faith for the world to see in an exclusive interview with the Christian Post.
Metz plays the character Kate on NBC’s most popular show.
Now she is set to lead in the upcoming Christian film “Breakthrough.”
The film details a mother’s faith in, and prayers to, God for the healing of her son in the hospital.
Metz expressed she couldn’t wait to star in it because it reminds her of her upbringing as a Christian.
The Christian Post reports:
The actress acknowledged that faith goes hand and hand with surrender to God. Metz believes Joyce Smith’s prayers were answered once she gave all her cares to God.
“Sometimes it’s that complete surrender, where we see that miracles happen. It’s so moving,” she said.
The Florida native recalled going to church as a little girl all on her own. During our sit down interview with her, she went on to share the importance of having someone greater to cling to in this day and age.
“We all have to have a foundation,” Metz maintained. “A house isn’t built properly without a foundation, and whether that’s your faith, or whatever you believe in, you have to believe in something.”
“There’s times where you really feel like, it’s never going to get better, you’re down and out and we get in our heads and we build this fear around something that the only person, or the only thing that can subside that, is our faith in God. I know that from a personal plight of my life,” she added.
The 38-year-old believes that that premise is true for everyone regardless of our differences.
Metz said she is unashamed to be a Christian, despite it being considered “uncool.”
She joins a growing list of other Hollywood Christians who have been unapologetic about their faith.
But being a light for Christ, and an inspiration to millions of Christian teens looking for a role model, has painted a bright red target on their backs.
Jurassic World star Chris Pratt was attacked from all sides for voicing that God loves everyone during a reading of the gospel account at Christmastime.
Jim Caviezel, the actor who portrayed Jesus in “The Passion of the Christ,” struggles to find work precisely because he portrayed the Messiah in a way that connected with millions.
Many others feel forced to keep their beliefs close to their vest for fear of being blackballed by Hollywood.
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