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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. This movie is the sequel to Healed by Grace.
We really enjoyed this movie. Family is so important to us and this movie was all about family and the family dynamics. The story delves into a daughter being estranged from her father and it wraps itself in forgiveness. If you are an animal person, this movie will appeal to you. We love horses and it is wonderful to see the way horses can help you heal, by the love you share with them. We do not want to ruin watching the movie for you, so we are just sharing our thoughts. You can check out the trailer below.
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this looks good. I love Christian movies.
i would watch this with my family
I would probably watch this by myself!
i do enjoy movies like this... and I'll watch with my family.
I do enjoy watching movies like this. I'd probably watch with my husband.
This looks like my kind of movie. I would watch it with my husband
I like the kind of movie I can watch with my whole family.
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I found it on Airplanes and Dragonflies.
I do. I'd watch with my family.
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