God is still in the business of miracles. Based on the true story, a Catholic high schooler’s bright future changes in an instant when he’s diagnosed with an aggressive cancer. But the power of prayer and support from his community renews a father’s faith and brings healing to a family.
What a powerful film about the power of prayer and hope in the time of distress for Bryson and his family. Richard, his father, stayed right with him, prayed, and fought for a diagnosis. I loved that Bryson prayed for his Father too, that he wouldn't stay mad at God and have his faith renewed.
It was so good to see the community rally around him and pray with him. Praying for a miracle. That love that surrounded him went a long ways. When people realize they can help someone they do their best to make that possible with knowledge and ways to uplift the sick and weary.
Fleeting glimpses of Mom in this story mad me sad that they didn't focus on the family as a whole as much. I know there was a bond between the father and son but still you know Mom was in the background crying most of the time.
I know the teenager's would love this movie but I think the whole family will love it too. I'm sure you will be uplifted, I was.
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I've never experienced a true miracle myself. This movie looks wonderful and I can't wait to see it.
Yes! I was scheduled for surgery for possible ovarian cancer and a friend prayed for me and when I went for the pre-op they did an ultrasound and the ovary was healed!
Wow Lana, That's so great to hear!
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