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Allow me to clarify by clearly stating that I am by NO means gossiping about anyone. I'm here to give the details about the movie, Church People. While getting involved in the day to day operations of your church may not be of great interest, revealing the inner workings of mega-church Sand Hills is plenty to talk about. We know that the diversity of any community builds a unique framework of interactions essential to challenging us to dig deep within to become our best selves, when we're perfectly content living in our comfort zones. Long story short, that's where we meet Guy Sides, fictional youth pastor at his community's mega-church. Sound interesting? Let's talk about Church People. 

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Let's Talk About Church People

Funny and faith-based, Church People features Stephen Baldwin, Christian comedian, Thor Ramsey, with special appearances by Donald Faison, Joey Fatone, Billy Baldwin, and Chynna Phillips. Comedy ensues as Church People shares an inside look at the story of Guy Sides, portrayed by Thor Ramsey, and his personal struggles with his spiritual life as a Christian and his past and current life choices. Find the humor in seeing how mega-productions sometimes minimalize the true biblical message.

"Weary from the showiness and materialism that has overtaken his ministry efforts, Guy (Ramsey) goes on a journey to get back in touch with the heart of ministry and be a real role model to his youth group kids. He makes the difficult decision to cut short his speaking tour managed by his money-focused agent (Faison) after realizing that his reputation has become more fame based than Gospel-driven.

But when Guy attempts to return to regular youth ministry, he is thrust into the throes of dissuading the youth group from performing a strange and potentially blasphemous stunt for the upcoming Easter service, starring a young, zealous new Believer, Blaise. In attempting to manage his youth group while navigating an unexpected love interest in the Senior Pastor’s daughter (Cahill) and being a new father to his grown daughter (Manfredi), Guy ultimately rediscovers and puts on a powerful presentation of why we all need to put our hope in Jesus and not in ourselves."

Let's not just talk, watch Church People with your family and friends! Learn more at- https://churchpeoplefilm.com/

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