Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The Father's Love, movie

Some stories are not fast-paced drama, but they are believable and inspiring. The Father’s Love is one of those films. The characters seem authentic and the plot is raw and relatable—especially to young people hoping to find true love.

Filmmaker Sarah, played by Angela Lin, enjoys her new life in New York where she keeps herself busy with work and socializing with friends. But, while all seems to be ok on the surface, deep inside she bears the scars of a broken past and unanswered childhood questions about love.

Then along comes Reece (Erik McKay)—a handsome and charming man who woos Sarah’s heart and sweeps her off her feet with his relentless romancing and promises.

Successful in business endeavors, poised and self-confident, Reece seems to have it all together. But after several inconsistences from Reece, Sarah comes to the sad conclusion that he is leading a double life and her trust and affections are shattered—again! Sarah is left disillusioned and heartbroken—now with more unanswered questions about love.

But even in the cutthroat world of the big city, God’s love has a way of winning through.

Awarded the “Family-Approved” Seal for ages twelve plus by Dove, The Father’s Love
Comprises of compelling narrative, good acting and cinematography.

Find out more about The Father’s Love here.

Janey DeMeo M.A.

Copyright © July 2015


Alone Yet Not Alone, spectacular movie

Based on a terrifying yet true story Alone Yet Not Alone is a riveting historical drama with stunning cinematography and an inspiring message of faith.

In 1755 a devout Christian family from Germany arrives in America with hopes to build a new life and practice their faith freely. Amidst severe hardships, they finally settle in the Pennsylvania colony where they strengthen their roots as a family through prayer and frequent Bible reading together. But they are soon caught in the crossfire of the French and American-Indian War and attacked. Amidst the violence, two of the children, sisters Barbara and Regina, are abducted and separated.

The girls are brutally enslaved by the Indians. They also suffer from adverse conditions in the harsh Ohio wilderness. But the greatest pain is that the girls are separated. Barbara is especially plagued by the fact that she’d promised to always be there for Regina. Heartbroken and scared, somehow she continues to cling to the Lord and hope.

Full of tension, tenderness and unexpected twists, this spectacular film has a powerful message about God’s faithfulness. Starring Kelly Grayson as the older BarbaraLeininger, Natalie Racoosin as young Barbara, and a plethora of other fine actors, Alone Yet Not Alone is a must-see.

Find out more about the film on the Facebook page here or on the website.

Alone Yet Not Alone is a fabulous movie and a DVD well worth buying.

Janey DeMeo M.A.

Copyright © July 2015


Thursday, July 09, 2015

Orphans First, helping impoverished children worldwide

Please check out our 3-minute YouTube with special footage highlighting the work of Orphans First. Orphans First provides food, clothing, education, medical, shelter for desperately poor children and orphans in several countries. Please consider partnering with us to help reach more children. Check out the Orphans First website

Janey DeMeo M.A.

Copyright © July 2015