What's even better is that I got to watch this movie with my cousin Briana -- both of us women have dealt with intense infertility. I have adopted and Briana is in the process of adopting. I also live in TN (where must of this movie is set) and she is visiting me here right now. A perfect audience if I do say so myself!
While obviously not a big budget movie, we were both moved by the infertility and adoption story lines that were intertwined throughout the entire story. And not only by the presence of these subplots but also by the faith that helped guide the decisions the characters made.
This won't be a movie that wins any awards, but it will be one that your entire family can watch and have good discussions about faith, the Lord's calling, loss, and what it really means to be a family.