Miracles from Heaven cover, courtesy photo.

Miracles from Heaven inspiring

by THERESA GARDNER

The 2016 movie, Miracles from Heaven, is a true story about a young girl who suffers from a rare digestive disorder. Through the faith of her parents and a miracle, the 10-year-old girl survives what seems to be a painful, incurable illness.

If you’ve seen “Miracles from Heaven,” you know that a box of tissues is a prerequisite to watching the movie. Our friend, Theresa Gardner who reviewed Miracles from Heaven just for ApostropheMagazine.com would agree. Find her story below:

Everyone should watch “Miracles from Heaven”

Theresa Gardner

Theresa Gardner

“Miracles from Heaven” was a very good film. Everybody should see it. Doctors nurses and anyone that works in the medical field. This film made me cry.

For those who do not believe in a higher power just please go buy or rent the movie. It may change what you think about believing in a higher power.

If you are a person who works with those who have a terminal illness, you need to show this movie to your patients to let them know to keep fighting and not give up.

I want to let people know I plan on buying this film and watching it whenever I can. This movie would be a good movie to give to someone for a gift, either for a birthday or Christmas.

The movie is about a girl who wants to live despite all the setbacks and obstacles she has to face. This movie is a very powerful extraordinary movie. Everybody must see this movie.

More about Miracles from Heaven

The book written by Christy Beam was adapted for the screen by Randy Brown. The heart-wrenching family drama features actors Jennifer Garner, Kylie Rogers and Martin Henderson, among others. It was directed by Patricia Riggen.

“Miracles from Heaven” was awarded a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Drama. It was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Drama and a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Dramatic Movie.

“Miracles from Heaven” is available in a DVD or it can be downloaded from a number of websites, including Amazon and iTunes.


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