Welcome back to Hope Springs . . . where Christian Grace Wesley teaches high school history. She is on the hot seat with the school district after she answers Brooke Thawley’s question about Jesus during a classroom discussion. Suddenly, Brooke becomes a pawn in an epic court case that could cost Grace the career she loves.
Tom Endler, a lawyer with the teachers’ union, is tapped to reluctantly represent Grace in her fight for her First Amendment rights. He finds himself fighting for a cause he doesn’t even believe in. Tom’s research leads him to Amy Ryan, a reporter and former skeptic who found faith while battling cancer and watching the classroom battle unfold at Hadleigh University a year ago. Both are soon on a journey to understand what genuine faith really means as they fight to save Grace’s job and avoid a court decision that could cripple the free speech rights of all Christians in the marketplace.Based on the highly anticipated movie sequel, this novel tells more about the story behind the new blockbuster film and gives fans an update on favorite characters from the original film.
I will be honest, I did not see God's Not Dead, or see the movie. Frankly, I won't have time to see the new movie God's Not Dead 2. But I would love to!
I have read the book by Travis Thrasher, God's Not Dead 2. It is wonderful. This story is interwoven with the lives of Grace Wesley, her lawyer Tom Endler, Amy Ryan, a reporter and former skeptic who found faith while battling cancer.
It all begins after Brook e has a private conversation with her teacher about faith. Later on in school during a history lesson, Brooke opens up another question which leads to teacher Grace Wesley answering and reciting scripture. It wasn't minutes later when the principal comes in and Ms. Wesley is suspended and begins the fight for her job and standing up for her rights as a Christian.
This is an amazing book about standing up for our rights as Christians.
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