Christmas on Salvation Street

DVD Release: November 11, 2014
Christmas on Salvation Street


Widower Noah Davis feels a strong calling to move from his affluent congregation to a struggling inner city mission. Along with his young daughters, he moves into the Salvation Street Mission, where the whole family must pitch in to make the place livable before they can even think about helping the crime-ridden community. With a lot of faith, belief, and elbow grease, the impossible starts to become very much a possibility, until a local gang threatens violence. Despite all the challenges, there is a glimmer of hope for the future of the neighborhood, just in time for Christmas.

Dove Review

The life of a pastor and family is not always easy. When God calls Pastor Noah to a mission in a bad neighborhood, he truly believes that taking his girls and moving is what the Lord wants him to do. Many times his faith is challenged, but as he moves forward things begin to change.

Noah made a promise to take care of Ida’s grandsons. But Toby is a child of the streets and Noah needs to protect the boys from evil influences at all costs. To do this they open up their home to the boys and others who need a place to live. As they do life together, everyone learns important lessons about forgiveness, and how God’s love helps you do the right thing.

This faith-friendly, inspirational film offers an encouraging message about the Father’s love and the direction He offers those who accept His grace and love.

The Dove Seal of Approval for all ages is proudly awarded to “Christmas on Salvation Street.”

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Lord and God are used in reverence.
Violence: Young boy running with street gang; man tries to rob pastor at knifepoint; young children steal candy but have to return it to store and apologize; street thugs threaten group of people at mission.
Drugs: Store shows cigarettes; discussion regarding people going to the streets for drugs; man talks of being an alcoholic.
Nudity: None
Other: Disrespectful attitudes that change with time; woman dies; CPS woman wants to take children because of where they live.


Company: Vertical Entertainment
Genre: Inspirational
Runtime: 86 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe