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
Mitch Davis said he was encouraged by John H. Groberg to make the sequel, to tell the complete story of the missionary experience. "He came to me and said, 'I'm not getting any younger, and neither are you, so it's time,'" Davis said. "When he has a certain kind of faith, things do happen." See more »
I wasn't sure what to expect, especially since it's been years since I saw the first movie and can't really remember much of it's story.
But we really loved this movie. It was full of adventure, funny, and very heart touching. My family members that aren't LDS welled up and really loved it too.
It's a great story for everyone, beautifully shot and very professionally done. I highly recommend it.
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