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November 20, 2019

Stories of faith have traditionally been overlooked in Hollywood. In recent years, however, more and more great films have been hitting theatres presenting a Christian message. We have people like Andrew Hyatt to thank for that. He’s an an award-winning filmmaker and the screenwriter/director of the upcoming Paul, Apostle of Christ. Hear a little about the movie, his personal story and his passion for film, and the struggles he’s faced in pursuit of that dream on this episode of the Why Me Project.

“…if you’re talking about from a low to a high. It let me wrestle things out for the first time with God. It let me ask the questions I’ve never asked. I fought with him and he was open to it.”


What’s In This Episode?

  • Walking away from church and faith
  • His passion for film and pursuit of a dream
  • Different mind frames
  • The making of ‘Paul, Apostle of Christ’
  • Why the story is still so relevant
  • Anger and having doors shut
  • The ‘Why Me?’ moment

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Johnny & Hollie

Hosts of The Morning Spin on Edmonton’s Shine-FM, Johnny Rocket and Hollie Taylor search for life's unscripted moments as part of the Why Me Project, a weekly podcast discussing incredible "Why Me?" moments with God.

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