Miracle Maker

DVD Release: November 3, 2015
Miracle Maker
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Synopsis

He taught a town to believe.

“The Miracle Maker is coming!” If any town is in need of a miracle, it’s Woodhaven, a tiny town hanging on the edge of the American frontier. It’s nearly Christmas, but it’s hardly a season of celebration. Work is scarce, money is tight, love is lagging, and spirits are down. Maybe the Miracle Maker can turn things around. The town anxiously waits for someone magnificent who can change their lives. But the ragged traveler who appears isn’t who anyone expects—except for one small, silent boy and a precocious little girl. This man can barely take care of himself, let alone fulfill the dreams of others. But miracles can come in all shapes and sizes—and sometimes from unexpected people. Your entire family will love this Christmas tale of hope, love, and miracles.

Dove Review

The town of Woodhaven has many hardships. Families can’t pay their bills to the greedy man, Mr. Booth, who considered the scrooge of the town and owns everything. When a young boy who has not spoken a word for many years sends a note attached to a dove that they need a miracle, the town gets a telegram that the Miracle Maker is coming.

“Miracle Maker” is a heartwarming story of love, forgiveness and kindness to others. Preacher Thomas says in his sermon, “Miracles can be anywhere. All we have to do is look.” Although Matthew, the stranger in town, plants simple seeds, miracles start to happen. Everyone can learn from this story about being kind, helping others and believing in miracles.

We are pleased to award this charming story the Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kiss
Language: None
Violence: A buggy accident; man points gun and threatens preacher
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Gossiping; being rude to others less fortunate

Info

Company: Covenant Communications, Inc.
Writer: Sally Meyer
Director: John Lyde
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 89 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe