Portion of proceeds from the film will go to military charity DAV (Disabled American Veterans) to help military veterans and their families
Coming to theaters September 7, God Bless The Broken Road is the uplifting story of a young mother’s struggle with her faith after losing her husband to fighting in Afghanistan. With the help of her friends, pastor, and the innocent but wise perspective of her young daughter, she learns to trust in God’s plan for her life once again.
The film is directed by Harold Cronk (God’s Not Dead, God’s Not Dead 2), and stars Lindsay Pulsipher (True Blood, The Hatfields & McCoys), Makenzie Moss (Steve Jobs), Andrew W. Walker (Date with Love, Steel Toes), Kim Delaney (Army Wives, NYPD Blue), Robin Givens (Riverdale), Gary Grubbs (The X Files, The Astronaut’s Wife), Arthur Cartwright (Do You Believe, Gran Torino), LaDainian “LT” Tomlinson (NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame, NFL Network Analyst), Madeline Carroll (Flipped, I Can Only Imagine), and Jordin Sparks (Sparkle, Left Behind).
“During the writing process I realized that this film needed to be more than just another movie—it needed to inspire the audience to do good,” says director Harold Cronk. “Since we were creating a story that showed characters putting their love into action on screen, I felt we needed to do that in the real world as well. And there is not a more worthy cause for putting our love into action than helping our military veterans and their families. This became one of the driving forces behind the project.”
Deciding that the film itself could become a way of putting love into action, the filmmakers gave a 5-percent ownership of the film to military charity DAV (Disabled American Veterans).
“We have created a way for people to put their love into action by just going to see a movie,” Cronk says. “I have seen amazing things happen when a group of people rally around a theme. So put your love into action and support those who need it and deserve it the most.”
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