When tragedy disrupts the life of esteemed music professor Grace Wyatt, she is ejected from her lavish academic world into the harsh reality of teaching in an unfamiliar world with familiar problems.
Very few movies touch my spirit and when they do they usually bring me to tears. And that is exactly what happened when I saw the trailer for the movie Breakthrough.
Dog Gone Trouble
“I think I’ve been saved by a poor person.” Synopsis: A pampered dog named Trouble must learn to live in the real world while trying to escape from his former […]
“When you’ve lost everything will you still walk by faith?” Synopsis: A young girl’s faith is tested when her parents are suddenly killed in a car accident and she’s forced […]
VeggieTales in the House
A spinoff from the original series VeggieTales, VeggieTales in the House is a Netflix animated series, co-produced by Dreamworks that aired on November 26, 2014. This streaming series follows the […]
“There’s only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is though everything is a miracle.” Synopsis: In parallel love stories, the […]
“I’ve been angry for so long I forgot what it’s like to believe in miracles.” Synopsis: A mischievous 8-year-old runaway takes it upon herself to repair the once intimate marriage […]
Home by Christmas
“I don’t think you realize just how many women are in our shoes.” Synopsis: Julia Bedford is a dedicated homemaker living in a modestly affluent neighborhood with her successful husband […]
The Youngest Evangelist
AND THE MINISTRY OF MUSIC In our prayer meeting circle, one of the members mentioned this film called The Youngest Evangelist. Since I do movie reviews I thought I’d take […]
Rock My Heart
“If your horse says no, you didn’t ask the right question.” Synopsis: After a death defiant teenager with a heart defect bonds with an unruly stallion, she trains to compete […]
I Am Gabriel (Revisited)
“Started about ten years ago. With the death of a baby. After that the enemy just rooted in. The whole town is cursed. Famine, drought, disease, poverty, failed businesses—barrenness.” To which the boy replies, “Hopelessness and faithlessness. So that’s it?” The old man replies, “Yep, Promise Texas.”
One Night With The King (Revisited)
“It takes the glory of God to conceal a matter and the wisdom of kings to search it out.” Synopsis: Reminiscent of the epic Hollywood films of old, One Night […]
Thank you Jonathan and thank you for stopping by. Blessings and Peace!