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Amid the uncertainties of World War I, Pastor Frederick Lehman tries to compose an inspirational song about God's love---and gets stuck on the third verse. But his kids come to the rescue when they explore an old asylum, meet a Jewish rabbi, and learn about events that took place eight centuries earlier. Based on a true story! Widescreen. Closed captions. Dove approved. Approx. 94 minutes.
- Behind the Scenes
- Deleted Scenes
- "Love of God" Music Video
- The Fantastic Four
Publication Date: 2013
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Eva P. Scott5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent Movie with Outtakes and Lessons IncludedMay 25, 2017Eva P. ScottQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I was surprised people said the acting was not very good, and that it started out slow. To me, the film was setting the stage for the time period. This film reminded me a lot of going to the country to visit my grandparents when I was a kid.
The movie is somewhat similar to the Little House on the Prairie series but a different place and setting.
The movie is historical in feel. It teaches not only the love of God, but it gives a feel for the struggle of whether to be involved in a war effort. It teaches how a family should pull together to solve problems. It shows struggles through children's eyes.
One thing not mentioned by anyone in the reviews is the movie includes a separate section about the making of the movie that can be used as additional lessons, and is set up that way. It talks about all of the people it takes to make the movie and how each of those groups of people are related to the love of God.
It talks about how they changed things to make them fit the times, the fact the movie was actually set in Texas with the Texas humidity and how they worked through that. It gives a couple of scenes that were left out of the movie and why they had to do that. They talked to the children in the movie. It was their first time to be in one.
I loved the movie, and I passed it on to someone who had older children. One of them saw me later and said how much she enjoyed the movie.
Louie4 Stars Out Of 5IndescribableApril 4, 2017LouieQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3A little slow to start with, but I did enjoy the fact that the family had to search and found what the love of God meant. I liked how the family pulled together as a family and the leadership of the parents with a strong faith. It reminded me of how it must have been for my grandfather, who was a minister, (in the 20's) with ten children in the family and how they all worked together to make a living. The acting was not that great, but the message was good. The song is beautiful.
mt shopperFlorence, MTAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5great historic storyMarch 29, 2017mt shopperFlorence, MTAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I enjoyed this movie very much! Inspiring, standing with God even through the hardest times!
God is good5 Stars Out Of 5The movie did show "The Love of God"October 31, 2016God is goodQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0A story of children with honor and diligence bringing a smile to your face while you are benefited with a bibical and historical lesson.
Brought much meaning to the hymn.
Bonnie KernsThorndike, MEAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Children have great "character"May 19, 2016Bonnie KernsThorndike, MEAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The amazing interaction between the siblings is one that should occur more often in movies. A good example of love and forgiveness is shown. Also appreciate the definite need of a personal commitment to God as portrayed by the young boy/man.