Miracle of the Widow
Ruth Zeller's family has kept the secret for centuries. Greedy men, disasters, persecution, even the Nazis could not remove the treasure entrusted to them by God. Humbly and quietly the servants of Yahweh continued their work, always on guard. From the first moment Grace Harrington enters the bakery, she is uneasy. Previous prejudices lead Grace to take matters into her own hands. Events intensify as Grace encounters locked doors, odd rumors, and an insistent art dealer. Can Ruth entrust Grace with her family's history? Will Grace have the faith to accept the truth? Or will the gift, kept safe for the thousand generations, be forever lost?
"Miracle of the Widow is a story that grips the heart. Grace, a young woman running from her parents Christian faith, is an apt reflection of everyone who has ever rebelled against God. Her relationship with Ruth, an aging survivor of the Holocaust, is an unexpected but very effective device for moving the story forward. Finally, a startling historical twist at the end makes this story one we will not forget. It's a great family-friendly movie." - Donald E. Wildmon, Founder, American Family Association --American Family Association
"This is a well-told story with more than one good moral point being made, such as not judging too quickly and the importance of maintaining a relationship with God. It also drives home the point that miracles are not a thing of the past." - The Dove Foundation --The Dove Foundation
"The story revolves around a bakery, a suspicious villain, a faithful woman; and someone else, whose life and whose impact on the next generation, lies in the balance. Homeschoolers will want to see this movie." - Dennis Tuuri, Executive Director, Parents Education Association --Parents Education Assn.
Format: NTSC, Widescreen
Rated: G (General Audience)
Studio: Broadway Bridge Productions
DVD Release Date: August 1, 2010
Run Time: 82 minutes