About the Movie:
The movie tells the interwoven stories of Luke (T.J. Dalrymple) and Alé (Erin Bethea), who marry right after school and move to India to serve as missionaries for Embrace A Village, a ministry that cares for those afflicted with leprosy and their families; aspiring financier Catherine (Kate Cobb), who joins a prestigious financial institution determined to make an impact on corporate America; Ryder (Matthew Florida), who lands an impressive job in social media and can’t wait to use the powerful medium for a greater good; and Ethan (Shawn-Caulin Young,) seemingly the odd man out, who struggles to find his God-given-purpose and feels sidelined by God.
“What they all come to learn is that it never really was their time,” Arnold said. “It always was, always is, God’s time.”
We watched this movie together as a family. It was slow moving in the first part, then had a very sad moment. But once that event happened, it seemed to pick up and we enjoyed the story that was shared. There were several moments where Christian lessons were shared that made you pause to think about them in your own life. The way the characters worked through their grief was inspiring as they turned their emotion into actions that were positive. We did enjoy this movie and I am glad that we were able to view it together. The movie will be available for purchase beginning April 16, 2013.
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