Actor Chris Pratt Makes Statement At Teen Choice Awards That Has Liberal Hollywood FUMING

It’s a rare sight indeed when you spot an actor or actress that hasn’t completely sold their soul in order to make it  in Hollywood. Striking it big seems to take a little bit of talent, a good amount of luck and even more flexible ethics and morals.

While so many get corrupted beyond recognition, one SoCal superstar has kept his heart in the right place. Guardians of the Galaxy leading man Chris Pratt made no bones about what got him to where he is. His tribute to his Savior is one that makes you hope that there might still be some good in Hollywood.

Via Faith Family America:

Chris Pratt, Hollywood actor well-known for his Christian faith, won the Choice Sci-fi Movie Actor award at the Teen Choice Awards on August 13th. He received the award for his lead role as “Star Lord” in the hit movie, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”

During his acceptance speech, he boldly praised Jesus in front of thousands of fans. He began, “What an honor and a privilege to be here at the Teen Choice Awards. Thank you.”

Pratt continued, “I would not be here with the ease and grace I have in my heart without my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.”

He also announced that a third Guardians of the Galaxy is currently in the works. Fans were very excited to hear the news of another Chris Pratt sci-fi movie.

Christian actress Candace Cameron Bure also sent a very powerful message to youth at the Teen Choice Awards. Read more here.

Of course, he’s not perfect, none of us are, but he’s trying, which is more than a lot of us can say. This guy has just about everything a person could want out of life, and he hasn’t forgotten what is truly important. That’s something that’s rare, but really nice to see.

(Source: Faith Family America)


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