this was a great story about broken families, the foster care system, and the call for believers to turn from their selfish ways in order to serve God and his people. i would have appreciated less endorsement of a materialistic undertone (e.g. when female camp director oogles over some guy's red sports car.) i find these stereotypes to be damaging in our culture that is already saturated with consumerism. Nonetheless, this is a great film for the family.
My husband and I watched this movie together. It brought back some hard memories for my husband but he and I both thought it told a story that is the reality of many young people. It had a very good ending and the extra footage with real people who have attending the CAMP brought tears to our eyes. I am sure it would bring hope to those who are going through something similar in there own lives.