Mario Lopez reveals the truth of life for Christians in Hollywood

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The celebrity news icon said “Faith is alive in me”. Besides that, he manifested that he knows some people to whom faith holds an “important” place, too. However, faith is not really as prevalent in Hollywood as I think it should be. “It’s just not as embraced as you think it would be.” He added.

Despite the unwillingness in Hollywood to rally around Christianity, Lopez noted the irony of how successful faith-based movies have become in recent years. He even predicted more Christian movies coming in the future.

“The films that have come with a spiritual aspect,” Lopez said, “they manage to be very successful, so I think little by little, it’s making its impact.”

The faith-based movie “I Can Only Imagine,” which chronicled the story behind MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard’s hit song by the same title, stunned the entertainment industry when it raked in $17.1 million at 1,629 locations in North America on its opening weekend.
Lopez makes no secret of his Christian faith. In March, he traveled to Israel and was baptized in the Jordan River, the same place Jesus Christ was baptized by John the Baptist, according to Scripture.

Lopez makes no secret of his Christian faith. In March, he traveled to Israel and was baptized in the Jordan River, the same place Jesus Christ was baptized by John the Baptist, according to Scripture.

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