Grace is a teacher who loves her job and when a student asks her if a real life story is the equivalent to something that happened in the bible, she's forced to answer with her heart and quickly Grace finds herself in a lot of trouble. Holding Christian values is an important part of Grace's life and though she doesn't teach that in the classroom, being asked provide an answer to a question is a very different scenario.
Grace finds herself being reported to the school administration and furthermore she's at risk of losing her job. In the centre of a nasty court battle, both sides have a valid argument but Grace must turn to her faith and beliefs to find the strength to pull her on through.
God's Not Dead 2 is set for nationwide release in April 2016.
Pat Boone and Shirley Boone - American Friends of Magen David Adom's Red Star Ball at The Beverly Hilton - Arrivals at Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 23rd October 2014
A judge in Los Angeles has issued a warrant for the arrest of singer Pat Boone.
The veteran crooner is a wanted man after missing a court appearance in connection to a cruise ship condo lawsuit.
According to Tmz.com, the 79 year old is caught up in a messy legal case after purchasing an apartment on a luxury passenger ship. The company behind the project was sued by its investors and ordered to pay $800,000 (£500,000) in legal costs.
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Singer Pat Boone has signed on as the pitchman for a seated bath/spa designed for the elderly and infirm.
The Love Letters in the Sand hitmaker has filmed a series of TV ads for the Safe Step Walk-in Tub Co., offering those with mobility problems an easy way to enjoy bathtime again.
In the ads, the crooner says, "For many people the luxury of taking a bath has become a thing of the past as age and mobility issues have robbed them of one of life's simple pleasures."
Veteran crooner Pat Boone is praying for Paris Hilton to join Hollywood's born-again Christians after the socialite confessed she spent her recent jail time reading THE BIBLE.
The Love Letters In The Sand singer, who found religion early in his career and turned his back on the temptations of fame, believes Hilton's 'conversion' could help save many Hollywood party people.
He says, "Paris said she is on a spiritual search right now that she's out of jail, and I thought, 'Great.'"
Now the ageing heartthrob is hoping troubled stars like Nicole Richie, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan follow Hilton's example.
He adds, "My hope is that all these women find something real and valid. They need to pay attention to their core and value the inner parts of who they really are."
Frank Sinatra once poked fun at pal Pat Boone after the LOVE LETTERS IN THE SAND crooner seriously injured himself in a cycling accident - by sending him a baseball catcher's mask.
Boone admits he wasn't laughing at the time, but Sinatra's odd gift and accompanying note has become one of his favourite memorabilia items.
The crooner says, "The note read, 'Dummy. Next time use this. I love you. Francis Albert.'"
Beloved Christian crooner Pat Boone turned down the chance to work with Marilyn Monroe on the big screen - because he felt his fans wouldn't approve of him romancing an older married woman.
The Love Letters In The Sand singer was offered a role opposite Monroe just as his movie career with 20th Century Fox was taking off - but he had to decline the opportunity.
He explains, "I said, 'I've got a lot of teenage fans, and they would be upset if I played a person who has an affair with an older woman. I can't do that.'"
Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney has helped launch a new campaign to convert an Indiana high school into the James Dean Performing Arts Center and Museum.
Rooney was joined by Pat Boone and Shannen Doherty for the launch in Hollywood last week (9NOV06), where campaign bosses revealed they are seeking $6 million (GBP3.2 million) to renovate Fairmount High, where Dean first developed his love of acting.
Boone says, "Our mission is to create a living tribute to the Rebel Without a Cause, and in the process preserve a beautiful and important building."
Dean was killed in a car crash in California in 1955, at the age of 24.
Born-again Christian crooner Pat Boone is offering religious fans the chance to start their day off with the sound of his voice as part of a new mobile phone initiative. The LOVE LETTERS IN THE SAND singer will call people up and offer them his Daily Devotions and personalised prayers for $9.99 (GBP5.55) a month.
Rapper Ice-T, crooner Pat Boone and Alanis Morrisette are among the stars featuring in a provocative new documentary all about the 'F' word. The eclectic trio will join Drew Carey, porn star Ron Jeremy and director Kevin Smith, among others, in the film, F**K, which looks at the history of the common expletive. Film-maker Steve Anderson interviewed the stars, asking them about moments when they got into trouble for using the swear word.
Roger & Me is the movie that made Moore a sensation. It's a simple experiential documentary about the schlubby Moore as he attempts to get Roger Smith, the CEO of General Motors, to come with him to Flint, Michigan in order to see the social devastation caused by the mass layoffs there of Smith's company. It's tragic, tragic, tragic. From the countless evictions Moore rides along on to one sad moment wherein pet bunnies are revealed to be equally good on the dinner table, Smith's ride is nothing but horror when his camera is pointed on the town of Flint.
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