Have you ever had a dream — a wish, a desire — that you knew would be just the perfect solution or exactly what you needed? And have you ever had that dream absolutely just not come true? It happens a lot to me, anyway, or my dreams are put on hold. It’s hard to get past that frustration of not getting what we want or not being in control. In Healed by Grace 2, now on digital and DVD, the lesson of having the faith that what we need will be provided is taught in a wholesome and family-friendly way.
Healed by Grace 2 is the sequel to the DVD, Healed by Grace. Jesse is approaching her 15th birthday and the only gift she desires is a horse. Unbeknownst to Jesse, her mother Brandy is in the throes of a cancer diagnosis which has Jesse’s father jumping through unexpected obstacles. He signs Jesse up for summer camp, but when summer camp falls through he decides to have her stay with her estranged grandfather, an old gruff horse trainer named Gauff.
Gauff, still recovering from the death of a special horse named Grace, now faces the challenges of teen negotiation. Gauff finds he must swallow his pride and ask his daughter Brandy for forgiveness. A humorous and inspiring story of how God’s grace works in mysterious ways.
The movie itself is nice. The lessons of forgiveness, redemption, and faith are nicely presented, and the story is sweet. The production quality is not Hollywood quality, but the story overrides any element of production and filming.
If you’re looking for a feel-good story that you can especially share with your tween or teenager, I recommend this movie.
Watch a few clips of the new-to-DVD movie so you can see why you’d love it!
Get your own copy of Healed by Grace 2: Ten Days of Grace. It’s available now on digital and on DVD. You can purchase today on ChristianBook.comorAmazon.
This is a sponsored review. Opinions are 100% my own.
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