About the Film
John's family is struggling to face Christmas without his loving wife. However, six-year-old Emily is full of faith. Even though her older sisters try to gently lower her expectations, the young girl truly believes her mother will visit on Christmas Eve. In fact, she is so certain her mother will come that she puts a candle in the window to guide her mother on her journey home. Before she passed away, their mother made sure the most cherished holiday traditions would still be there—beautiful handmade dresses, new patent-leather shoes, and a lovingly crafted doll for little Emily. But on the way to a Christmas Eve celebration, the doll is lost, and Emily is heartbroken. Emily—and her grieving sisters—need their mother more than ever. Inspired by true events, A Candle in the Window is a beautiful reminder that our loved ones never leave us and prayers really do get answered—especially when you have the faith of a child.
Isabella, Ava & Sophia Jarque – play the daughters
The film A Candle in the Window is based of a true story written by Michele Ashman Bell.
The faith of a young child is extremely powerful and miracles are just a prayer away.
This move is a reminder that some of our family and loved ones may be on the other side of the veil, but they are watching over and protecting us and are closer than we think.
This movie is a reminder that the faith of a child is powerful and that our family on the other side of the veil are closer than we realize, always there watching over and protecting us.
Genre: holiday, family
A review copy of this film was provided by Covenant Communications. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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