I enjoyed watching this movie very much. It gives a more realistic look at what foster parents have to deal with when taking in troubled children . You are aware of the problems, although it doesn't get graphic. There isn't any bad language, or anything to offend.
The movie is about a wealthy widow who is left penniless except for a rental house. The rental house however is occupied with a kind Christian couple who have several foster children. The widow has no where else to go, so she moves in with the foster family.They are all hurting from their "wounds", but the widow , who is also a Christian, finally realizes she can do something to help them all. Very good "happily ever after" ending. I will watch it again.
This is a great movie on how to turn a bad situation into doing what is right when it's going against pleasing yourself. The characters in it are real and everyone of their lives extend encouragement to draw strength from each other as they go through their own personal struggles. I highly recommend watching this!
This begins on a sad note and becomes depressing but then things begin to look better. Esther has lost her husband of 30 years and is left with nothing except a questionable house in GA. How will she, a woman of means, learn to live in one room in a run down boarding house? Watch this delightful story and see how God brings good things out of bad ones. Each of the motley "family" has his/her own issues and they must learn to live together. This left us with warm feelings and a smile.