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In the midst of war in Afghanistan, Cody Cullen (John Newton) is touched by a lovely card sent by Faith Spelman (Alice Evans) from small-town Nevada City, California. As months pass, Faith's note gives him strength to survive---and sets him on a mission to find her. A heartwarming love story filled with holiday cheer! Approx. 84 minutes.
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- Heart of a Soldier: Actor John Newton
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- How to Reach a Soldier
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What Christmas Is All About (KJV), Pack of 25 TractsDave TeisCrossway / 2008 / Other, N/A$2.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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LadyLiberTEA4 Stars Out Of 5Better Than Most But Not As Good As "The Christmas Candle"December 31, 2016LadyLiberTEAQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Better than most Christmas romance movies hokey with fake snow and below-average acting only somewhat salvaged by the Christmas theme and occasionally good locations, this film is at least wholesome and several of my Christian friends really like it though to me it's just okay and I passed it on after enjoying the Christmas, winter, and logging themes and the four main actors --
though "Mary Tyler Moore Show" Lou Grant actor Ed Asner disturbingly overweight and Lois Nettleton too much plastic surgery, her beauty not allowed to age gracefully but her personality still effervescent. The two young actors, unknown to me, are appealingly attractive and genuine; but the directing is slow and lacks the spontaneity it embarassingly attempts, the casting so uncomfortably wrong for the other guy that I felt more sorry for him than rooting for the lovebirds though a proud US Army daughter myself; and the ingredients all here for a better film fell flat in my estimation.
Yet one mature Christian friend says this film lights the Christmas season for her; and a younger, Catholic, worldly friend enjoyed crying through it. So I hope you enjoy it too, if you try it. Merry Christmas :)
markyg105 Stars Out Of 5The Christmas CardDecember 30, 2016markyg10Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My husband recently passed away, but before he did he asked that his girls have this movie(his favorite) to watch on Christmas. I fulfilled his wish by ordering it. He passed before Christmas, but the girls got their Daddy's present on Christmas Day, & to have from now on. Thank you so much.
LNPRIndianaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great moviceDecember 28, 2016LNPRIndianaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a great love story. I appreciate the positive quality. No sex. Wholesome. I had no reservations in giving it to my 15 year old granddaughter.
Deb2 Stars Out Of 5The Christmas CardJanuary 15, 2016DebQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 2Beginning was very interesting how a caring person can send out a card with encouraging words to an inknown person and how that act of kindness can inspire that one to go in search of the sender. However was disappointed when meeting first takes place and the sender of the card is one who is to be noted as a Christian. In that respect I think it may have been best to exclude Church and Christian in this film. Because there was lack of reverence toward God -such as prayer seemed lacking even at meals. Drinking (wine)was taken very lightly it appears. As far as a romance film it would rate high but as for Christian would have to hesitate recommending.
SK5 Stars Out Of 5SKJanuary 6, 2016SKQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5It is a great Christmas movie - one of my favorites.