Henry Myers lives a hard life. After his latest heist goes wrong and his partners betray him and leave him for dead, Henry is surprised to find extraordinary kindness from a widow and her ...
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When a pastor is shaken by the visible faith of a street-corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. His response ignites a journey that impacts everyone it touches in ways that only God could orchestrate.
After graduation, five friends set out to make a difference in the world for God. Their ambitions are high, their passions are strong but will they have the courage to fulfill their calling... See full summary »
Rachel is a widow during the Civil War who holds the South responsible for her husband's death. When a wounded enemy soldier takes refuge in her barn, Rachel reluctantly helps him. As she ... See full summary »
Henry Myers lives a hard life. After his latest heist goes wrong and his partners betray him and leave him for dead, Henry is surprised to find extraordinary kindness from a widow and her children. Soon, Henry begins to question the choices he's made in his life. Just as things begin to make sense again, things take an interesting turn Written by
At the part where Marilyn (Erin Bethea) slaps Henry (Drew Waters), the actors wanted to make it more real looking, so Erin Bethea actually slapped him in the scenes. After a couple of slaps Drew Waters said he was seeing stars See more »
There are no opening credits past the title in western letters. After ten minutes into the movie, the title comes up in western letters and then disappears like a duststorm. After that, the movie continues on. See more »
This is a better than average Christian film. In my opinion, for a faith-based film, this is a very solid movie. I watched this film on Hallmark and I found it a very appropriate film for this channel. I thought that Erin Bethea and Drew Waters did a fabulous job; however, some of the other acting fell short. The scenery and backdrop was quite lovely and the music in the film was simply beautiful. I think the Director did an amazing job with keeping the movie on point with no drawn-out or pointless scenes.
My only complaint was that I found the film to be a little too "preachy" at times. I just wish that the Christian film industry could find a way to bring a powerful message in a more subtle way. I'm not suggesting compromise, but, just finding a way to broaden their ability to reach a larger audience. If the target is solely a Christian audience, then I would say that they achieved their goal.
Overall, I think this is a good option if you're looking for a faith-based film or entertainment for the entire family.
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