|Audrey Lynn Tennent||...||
Mary Moore (as Audrey Tennant)
Pastor Barrow (50 Years Old)
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Travis (6 Years Old)
Travis (17 Years Old)
James (17 Years Old)
Young Glen Moore
Mary (1 Year Old)
Home Run Hitter
Mary Moore (14 Years Old) (as Kenzie Storm)
Pearse Older Son
Pearse Younger Son
James (6 Years Old)
|Eric Gustavo Petersen|
|Robert S. Douglas||...||colorist|
|Brian Holzknecht||...||assistant on-line editor (uncredited)|
|Nina McArthur||...||key makeup & hair artist|
|Sheree Fondeur||...||second assistant director|
|Terry Mialkowsky||...||first assistant director|
|Jon Tewksbury||...||associate director|
|Stephen Depko||...||set designer|
|Candice Brunello||...||supervising sound editor (as Candice Baldwin)|
|Kevin Hemmingson||...||sound mixer|
|Devin Joseph||...||dialogue editor|
|Doug Madick||...||supervising foley artist|
|Tara A. Paul||...||re-recording mixer (as Tara Paul)|
|Monique Reymond||...||foley artist|
|Roger Roscoe||...||boom operator|
|Ed Seneshen||...||sound mixer|
|Marcelo Teson||...||adr & dialogue supervisor (2009)|
|Chad Biesenthal||...||best boy grip|
|Meghan Cosenzo||...||second assistant camera|
|Ryan Herdman||...||best boy electric|
|Regan Jans||...||second assistant camera|
|Marvin Klein||...||genny operator|
|Michael Pavlovsky||...||first assistant camera|
|Ryan Scott||...||best boy|
|Geoffrey Yates||...||key grip (as Geoff Yates)|
|Kerri La Londe||...||wardrobe|
|Brad Kearns||...||locations manager|
|Tiffany Palmer||...||script supervisor|
|Sylvain Buteau||...||transportation coordinator|
|Diane Howard||...||interviewer: journalist|
|Dana Lesiuk||...||unit publicist|
|Nicole Levey||...||production intern|
|Teena Manns||...||production accountant|
|Rob Miller||...||production coordinator|
|Jeff Rosick||...||main titles design|
|Charles Sherman||...||unit publicist|
|Carrie Simpson||...||catering by|
|Brian Tennant||...||first aid|
|Jesse Twietmeyer||...||key production assistant|
|Rebecca Windjack||...||production intern|
|Susanne Bell||...||special thanks|
- Affirm Films (2010) (World-wide) (DVD)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2010) (Brazil) (DVD)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2010) (Germany) (DVD)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2010) (United States) (DVD)
A former pastor who walked away from his calling returns to his small hometown to discover that a mysterious fire tragically struck a local family. When he learns that his childhood friend is implicated in starting the fire, he sets out on a mission to find the truth?.and in the process, rediscovers his faith. Written by Anonymous
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All right, look, dad, I'm sorry I didn't become what you or everybody else had in mind for me.
Glen: Oh, you think that's what's eating me, do ya?
James Moore: Isn't it?
Glen: What you do do with your life is your business. We all make our own choices.
James Moore: Okay, fine. Yeah, great. I buy that. Why are you so angry with me?
Glen: Who said I was angry? I'm not angry.
James Moore: Okay. Disappointed.
Glen: For no reason ever explained to me, you run away from here, and me, and everything that God had planned for you. Now and then you come bouncing back, most likely when you're running away from something else. And this time you need answers because the road you've been on is so filled with U-turns, you don't know which way it runs.
James Moore: All right. Look, dad, first of all; I became a minister. I didn't run away from you or anybody else. I had a calling. And it wasn't as sudden as you make it out to be. And you know that.
James Moore: And I didn't come here looking for answers. Or your sympathy.
Glen: Son, every seed you've planted, everything you've ever put in the ground, including your mother, hasn't yielded a single thing. And that's not my fault, it's not your mother's fault, and it's certainly isn't God's fault. My question for you is simple: do you ever plan on finishing anything?
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