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By God's Grace (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family | 2 November 2014 (USA)
From a meager beginning to owning a thriving air charter service, the Taylors devoted their lives to their children Chris (Cameron Deane Stewart) and Grace (Savannah McReynolds). Raising ... See full summary »

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Brett Eichenberger

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Debbie Preston (story), Debbie Preston (original screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cameron Deane Stewart ... Chris Taylor
Savannah McReynolds ... Grace Taylor
Roark Critchlow ... Bill Watson
Jillian Clare ... Samantha Tipton
John J. York ... David Hanson
Brennan Bailey ... Logan
Preston Bailey ... Jacob
Kc Guyer Kc Guyer ... Jim Taylor
Angela DiMarco ... Karen Taylor
Craig Michaelson ... Foster Dad
Renee Hewitt Renee Hewitt ... Diane
Teresa Cisneros Teresa Cisneros ... Cathy
Andrew John Andrew John ... Jeremy
Ariel Strahm Ariel Strahm ... Sara
Laura Derocher Laura Derocher ... Shannon Tipton
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From a meager beginning to owning a thriving air charter service, the Taylors devoted their lives to their children Chris (Cameron Deane Stewart) and Grace (Savannah McReynolds). Raising them with a solid foundation of faith, they taught them through example to love others and give to their community. Their passion was volunteering and financially supporting the local youth shelter. However when tragedy strikes, Chris turns his back on his faith and the shelter. His choices are leading to destruction unless he changes his ways. Will an unlikely visit save what is about to be lost? Written by Thinkpositive

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2 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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Medford, Oregon, USA See more »

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Had their paths crossed during their individual stints, Roark Critchlow and Jillian Clare, both Horton's from the long-running daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives would have portrayed uncle and niece, respectively. See more »

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Our choices impact others
30 December 2017 | by vonna-05624See all my reviews

This film is a decent Christmas story with one major message that I found thought provoking - what we do, the choices we make impacts the lives of others, either for good or for bad, whether we think so or not. What if we had the opportunity to peer into the future and see how our choices not only affect our own life, but others as well?

This film was very well acted, but I had one issue - the way the George bailey became hard, arrogant, unkind, cynical comes across as forced. It is unlikely that the tragedy he experiences could cause a complete 180 turn from the values and ways that he was raised, so it feels as though there is some missing part of the story to explain his decent into becoming a Scrooge. This is a good family film, but keep it for the 10 year old and up.


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