Last Updated on September 17, 2023 by ellen
Divine Influencer is a movie about discovering your true purpose in life and recognizing that everyone from all walks of life are equal in God’s eyes. Watch it exclusively on Great American Pure Flix.
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Divine Influencer Review
When an entitled influencer loses everything, she must humbly trust God to understand what the meaning of true influence is. Desperate, she takes a job at a homeless shelter only so she has a place to lay her head and quickly realizes the joy and purpose that comes from serving others.
It seems as though the word influencer is in the news a lot lately. Most of the time, it’s not in a very positive light. Keep reading this Divine Influencer review to find out why this movie is different.
Divine Influencer is such a timely movie as the world of social media expands at a rapid pace. The message of this film is a reflection on how easy it is to live for the likes, the shares and the comments instead of living our lives for God or to serve others.
Who stars in this film?
These stars are in Divine Influencer.
- Lara Silva from The Chosen
- Jason Burkey
- Jesse Metcalfe
- Micah Lynn Hanson
- Rebecca Koon
Where can I watch Divine Influencer?
Watch it exclusively on Great American Pure Flix. Find out more here.
Is this a good family movie?
Yes, this movie is a wonderful way to introduce children to the idea of helping people who aren’t as fortunate as they are. It is meant for older children and I think that they would appreciate the topic most. The idea of the movie might be lost on younger kids.
Divine Influencer my review
Olivia is an influencer who is very irresponsible and ends up getting fired from her job. She’s behind on her rent and her parents have decided that she is on her own and they are not going to pay for her lifestyle.
She ends up being exposed to a homeless shelter through a friend and starts to learn more about the shelter and the people who live there.
I love that this film was very realistic. It shows both the good and bad in people and that it’s possible to change your life from being very self centered to one that focuses on living closer to God’s words and helping others.
The movie also discusses taking responsibility for your choices which is something that’s difficult for pre-teens and teens to do. It also discusses feeling entitled by showing how people who are less fortunate live.
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