When one family is dealing with the unthinkable, they get a special gift from a little boy with unimaginable struggles of his own.
Recommended Age: All Ages
Very strong Christian, moral worldview with much overt mention and demonstration of forgiveness, God’s free gift of grace through His Son, God’s providence and abounding love for His children, Bible is quoted, and the need for God’s love to help us love and show compassion for one another; no foul language; light violence is exhibited by school bullies who shove the main character on the playground but the main bully, however, asks forgiveness from the victim, who immediately gives it graciously and there is a somber theme of death throughout the movie; no sex; no nudity; no alcohol; no smoking or drugs; and, bullying but it is rebuked.
CastLee Majors, Musetta Vander, Mel Fair, Jerry Phillips, Leticia Roberts, Brandon Klopot, Aubyn Cole, Mathew Tailford, Leslie La'Raine
WritingDavid Michael Anthony, D. David Morin, Alan Smithee
Directed byD. David Morin
ProductionMichael Scott, David A.R. White, Russell Wolfe, Elizabeth Travis, Tom Saab, Byron Jones, Harold Cronk, Liam Matthews, Jeff Peterson