In the new film, “Jesus Revolution”, Kelsey Grammar who acted as a Pastor has shared his connection with the word of God.
The movie where Grammar acted as Pastor Chuck was directed by Jon Erwin and Brent McCorkle. According to Premier, the movie, which is based on a true-life story, tells the story of a street pastor, Greg Laurie, and a group of liberated young people in Southern California in the 1970s. It shows a counterculture Christian revival that emerged between 1960 and 1970.
In an interview with Fox News, Grammar, who was brought up as a Christian scientist said he felt a connection during his role as a pastor. “I’m kind of a Bible guy. I’ve been reading the Bible all my life. I turn to it for prayer, for reflection, for information, and I just always have. It’s just always been sort of at my fingertips throughout my life, ever since I was a boy.
“So I have a relationship with the Word of God, as they call it, that it was probably akin to what Chuck Smith’s relationship was with it,” he added.
Relating the 1970 movement to the present day, Grammar said, “a great society can embrace a great faith, and probably enhance both. That’s what I’d like to see happen.”
“Jesus Revolution” is set to be released on the 24th of February, and Greg Laurie said he hopes the movie stirs up faith for further revival.