Actress Andrea Logan White — a familiar face to Christian film audiences — is set to reveal some very personal details about her past struggles and demons in a new book that releases later this month.
White, who stars in the sitcom “Hitting the Breaks” and has been in films such as “Moms’ Night Out” and “Do You Believe?” was a guest on “Pure Talk” on Thursday night, where she discussed her path to Christianity.
“I had many moments where I literally was knocking on death’s door,” she said of her early life as well as her initial time in Hollywood. “I have many skeletons to share.”
But when it comes to discovering faith, White recalled a desperate moment on Sunset Boulevard one day when she was in the process of trying to audition and book jobs; she could barely pay her rent and had few reliable friends.
“I cried out to God and I said, ‘God, if you’re real I need to know who you are, because I don’t know my purpose and I have no will to live anymore,'” she recalled. “And believe it or not, this was my ‘God moment.'”
In that instant, as White stood in tears, she said a man honked his horn while at a stop light and pointed to the radio station he had on. She noticed that his old beat-up car also carried a message on it: “Jesus loves you.”
The story didn’t end there, though.
“I turned to the station and it was a pastor literally repeating the prayer that I had just cried out to God,” White said.
Watch her describe the incredible story below, and hear more about how this set her on a path toward discovering Jesus:
Andrea Logan White talks about her upcoming book "Perfectly Unfinished" and being a Christian actor in Hollywood.
Posted by Pure Flix on Thursday, August 31, 2017
Logan’s new book titled, “Perfectly Unfinished: Finding Beauty in the Midst of Brokenness” comes out on Sept. 26.