Actor Chris Pratt, an open Christian who has specifically avoided alienating fans with divisive partisanship, has launched a new production company with the expressed mission of bridging “the growing divide in our country and world.”
In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Pratt offered fans a sneak peek into the new offices of “Indivisible Productions,” a name specifically meant to evoke the Pledge of Allegiance:
A musical sneak peak at the walls inside my office. So grateful for each step of this wonderful journey. I’ve started a company. Indivisible Productions One nation Under God Indivisible Our mission statement is to create entertaining content, focusing on themes which will help to bridge the growing divide in our country and world. You know, make the world a better place. No biggie, you’re welcome, but it’s whatever.
No other news exists as to exactly the types of projects that Pratt plans to produce at his production company, but if they are in any way aligned with his brand, they will most likely be projects that extol the virtues of faith while being understanding of people’s differences. Though Chris Pratt has never claimed a political label for himself, he has often found himself a target of left-wing cancel culture for being more tolerant of conservative voices and, most of all, for attending a church that preaches biblical sexual morality. Nothing better put this on display than when actress Ellen Page publicly blasted him for attending an “infamously anti-LGBTQ” church...
Pratt attends Hillsong Church, also attended by Justin Bieber and Kendall Jenner. It was founded in Australia with locations in New York City and Los Angeles. Carl Lentz, leader of the New York branch, said in 2015 that homosexuality is a sin. Later that year, two male choir members of the church got married and Brian Houston, the church’s global senior pastor, released a statement denouncing the union.