One day, one moment, one idea can change lives. Noah Davis is a Pastor in an affluent community. Depressed after losing his wife to illness, he is contacted by an old friend who has opened ...
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One day, one moment, one idea can change lives. Noah Davis is a Pastor in an affluent community. Depressed after losing his wife to illness, he is contacted by an old friend who has opened a mission in a rough inner city neighborhood. With Christmas approaching, he packs up and together with his two daughters, moves into Salvation Street Mission. Now the family must struggle with the challenges they face in the crime ridden community. Noah's inspiration guides his daughters, the mission and the neighborhood by bringing them the greatest gift of all, hope.
Long Live the King
Performed by Marques Nelson
Written by Marques Nelson and Jonathan Holley
Published by Lasting Impact Music See more »
Just Don't watch this
Terrible. That is the only word I have for this f-ing mess. I found it stupid and offensive. The white people are all good and the minorities in this film are thief's.
Whoever wrote this should of thought this out better. The idea of this film was "Interesting". A white family moving into a poor urban area to set up a church as place of not only to worship but to be a place of gathering and place that gives people in the neighbor a place to feel safe and welcomed.
The child's parts are so badly written that you feel sorry for the actress playing the part.
If you don't believe me just watch. It is bad well excuse me it is "TERRIBLE"
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