Miracle at Sage Creek

Average rating: 3.6
1 hr 24 minPG

A western story of faith following two feuding families that have to join forces.

Parental Warning: Mild Language

Miracle at Sage Creek

Recommended Age: 9+

Very strong Christian worldview that affirms how God never abandons those who trust in him, many strong uses of prayer including its importance in conquering fear, receiving hope, and offering thanks; an old Native American ritual is used in an act of healing along with medicine, with a focus on God’s power to heal; no foul language or profanities; a boy falls off a horse, but he walks away uninjured, a boy’s fingers barely miss a snapping bear trap, two scenes of gun fighting are played rather realistically, including brief images of blood, four men are shot, one man falls off a cliff, two boys are nearly attacked by a coyote; no sexual content; no nudity; one scene contains some drinking; no smoking or drug use; other immoral content includes stealing, and Native Americans are referred to as "savages" and "half-breeds."


Miracle at Sage Creek


CastDavid Carradine, Irene Bedard

WritingThadd Turner

Directed byJames Intveld

ProductionThadd Turner