The Star is God’s Way of Sharing a Message through the Eyes of Animals

God is always sending messages, but one has to be open to receiving them. Society seems to fall farther and farther away from the true story of Jesus Christ, but this fall Patricia Heaton is featured in The Star, which brings the Nativity story to light in a contemporary way.

Heaton is a dedicated Roman Catholic, and she plays the role of Edith, The Cow. While she has played many other roles in her lifetime, Heaton stated that it is vital in today’s society to teach everyone the story of Jesus Christ and how he was born.

With Christmas decorations showing up in stores already, the real message of Christmas is getting lost for this generation. Sony is producing The Star, with the voice talent of other notable figures Christopher Plummer, Tyler Perry, Oprah Winfrey and Kristen Chenowith. The goal of the movie is to appeal to a younger audience. The characters are animated, and the story is told through the eyes of the animals.

Heaton wants to see people around the world inspired by the message of The Star. She strongly believes that people get stuck in the day to day trappings of life and don’t take the time to figure out their contribution to the world as a whole.

The Star will premiere on November 17, 2017, and fans can learn all about the Nativity story and the birth of Jesus Christ the month before Christmas.

Heaton has also won an Emmy and is currently on the show “The Middle”, which airs on ABC. She has said that her latest role was meant for her as she believes God can send a message through anyone who is paying attention.

Heaton has not been quiet about her faith throughout her career, and she always looks for new opportunities to be inspired by God. She understands that life is short and it’s important to always find ways to make a difference.

The Star features Edith, The Cow, and shows people of all ages that they can make an impact on those around them, no matter what they are dealing with on their own.

Heaton has been open about feeling the Holy Spirit flowing through her both in work and in life. She believes in receiving the body of Christ every week, and recently burst into tears of joy because of the blessings she felt while receiving it. She has been an avid pro-life supporter throughout her career, and does not think it is God’s will to terminate any pregnancy. While she understands that this is a controversial topic for many, she stands behind her pro-life beliefs and believes abortion is often used as a form of birth control.

Heaton expressed excitement at the thought of seeing how audiences are going to respond to The Star this fall. She feels like a messenger of God, in a way, and she is proud to bring the story of the Nativity and the birth of Jesus Christ to people in such a way that is easy to understand.

A faith based life has guided Heaton throughout, and she knows the joy that having faith has brought to her. In a world where crises seem to dominate the news, it’s time for people to turn back to the basics.

“The point of Christmas is being missed by so many”, she stated, and she believes that The Star may bring people back to the faith she loves so much. She believes that God works through everyone, and it’s possible to hear messages from God as long as one is paying close attention. The Star has already inspired Heaton to do more this upcoming holiday season.

As the time gets closer for The Star to premier, Heaton is ready. The world isn’t always easy for people to navigate, she believes, but with faith all things are possible. When one finds faith in God, when one feels protected by God, it becomes possible to do the hard things in life.

~ Christian Patriot Daily


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