Missionary John H. Groberg returns to Tonga in the 1960s with his wife and their five young daughters. When their sixth child is born with a serious illness, the Grobergs face their ...
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Missionary John H. Groberg returns to Tonga in the 1960s with his wife and their five young daughters. When their sixth child is born with a serious illness, the Grobergs face their ultimate test of faith, only to find themselves surrounded by the love and prayers of thousands of Tongans. Barriers of inter religious strife are soon broken down as all unite in hopes of a miracle that will save the baby's life, as well as the life of a Tongan minister's son.Written by
Anne Hathaway's role in the original movie was recast with New Zealand actress Natalie Medlock, after Hathaway was deemed too expensive for their budget. Hathaway was an unknown during the making of the first film, and had since gone on to become an Academy award winning Hollywood star. See more »
Later in the movie, "Nuku'alofa Hospital" is shown. In real life, the hospital was called "Vaiola Hospital." See more »
We took the whole family to this film not realizing it had the PG13 rating. Had to close the young children's eyes a few times. With that said, we found it to be very inspiring. Based on a true story, showing how God works in all of our lives even though at times bad things happen to good people. It is through times that God can work miracles in our lives if we trust Him.
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