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David S. Cass Sr.
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Vivica A. Fox
Cass, a widowed mother of two and driven attorney, is in need of a nanny. She hires Matt, a handsome single family friend. Matthew's more laid back style changes the demeanor of the family's intense schedule. Does Cass realize she's needs to adjust her life's focus?
Based on the novel by Jerry Jenkins "Though None Go With Me" tell the story of a young woman growing up in the 50's who devotes her life to the service of God. All of the hardships and sorrows that befall her test her and cause her to question her faith.Written by
I'll never forget this film - and wish I was alive then -
I am only 47 but I agree with a previous poster regarding America's "Golden Age" but I would slightly shift the dates - from 8/15/1945 to 11/22/1963. After the Kennedy assassination and the arrival of the Beatles, this country started a long slide downhill. In actuality, the fall started in 1962 when the Supreme Court ruled against prayer in the public schools. This is why it was such a pleasure to watch this wonderful film last evening on the Hallmark Channel. Korea was a "hot" war that is often overlooked today. I teach English there now, and many older Koreans who lived through the war will come up to me say "thank you" even though I wasn't even born yet. Much of the younger generation there is defiantly anti-American, forgetting the sacrifices made for them. I thank God we had so many people step up like the fictional character Ben for what he believed God was telling him to do. We have lost so much of this in America. Even men will shed a tear at this film - the characters are so noble and believable.
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