Between Heaven and Hollywood Paperback
Chasing Your God-Given Dream
by David A. R. White;
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A biography of a leading Hollywood screenwriter, this true-life story is all about what happens when you follow your path, your God-given dream.
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Between Heaven and Hollywood
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This story of perseverance will assure you that your dreams aren't frivolous. They might be the most important part of your life. White has starred in more than twenty-five movies and produced forty films, including the blockbuster God's Not Dead.
He serves as a Managing Partner of Pure Flix, the largest faith-based movie studio in the world. With his signature wit and sidesplitting hilarity, David's story of faithfulness, grounded in the biblical truth that no dream is too big for God, will inspire you to relentlessly pursue your dreams, and in the process, bring the reality of God's kingdom a little closer to the here and now. God has planted a dream in your heart that is both unique to you and essential to the world. White reminds us that there is no one too common, too uneducated, too poor, too inexperienced, or too broken that he or she cannot be used by God.
Between Heaven and Hollywood by David A. R. White was published by Zondervan in October 2016 and is our 3620th best seller. The ISBN for Between Heaven and Hollywood is 9780310345947.
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|Page last updated||5th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||David A. R. White|
|Publisher||Zondervan (October 2016)|
|Number of Pages||224|