As Daniel Lusko was leaving a theater after a screening of his new film, “Persecuted,” in his hometown of Albuquerque, N.M, a “big, gruff, burly man” wearing a cowboy hat stopped and put his large hand on the filmmaker’s heart and looked deep into his eyes “like he was looking straight through me.”
“With tears in his eyes, he said, ‘I fought for over seven years overseas for this country and watched my friends die, fighting for freedom. After watching that movie, I believe that you understand why my friends fought and died for this country and why this nation needs to turn back to God. This message needs to be brought to this country. You need to go and do that.’”
And that’s what Lusko is doing. The writer, director and producer was in Washington at the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center last week for a special VIP showing of “Persecuted” and a discussion about religious freedom.
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