Miracles from Heaven: A Little Girl, Her Journey to Heaven, and Her Amazing Story of Healing by Christy Wilson BeamIn a remarkable true story of faith and blessings, a mother tells of her sickly young daughter, how she survived a dangerous accident, her visit to Heaven and the inexplicable disappearance of the symptoms of her chronic disease.
Annabel Beam spent most of her childhood in and out of hospitals with a rare and incurable digestive disorder that prevented her from ever living a normal, healthy life. One sunny day when she was able to go outside and play with her sisters, she fell three stories headfirst inside an old, hollowed-out tree, a fall that may well have caused death or paralysis. Implausibly, she survived without a scratch. While unconscious inside the tree, with rescue workers struggling to get to her, she visited heaven. After being released from the hospital, she defied science and was inexplicably cured of her chronic ailment.
MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN will change how we look at the world around us and reinforce our belief in God and the afterlife.
Miracles From Heaven review: dare you question the logic of this universe?
T his stridently Christian film takes a news story from and turns it into a hectoring preach, with one very curious invention. A year-old girl in small-town Texas named Anna Beam played here by Kylie Rogers is suffering from an agonisingly painful and apparently incurable bowel disease. Her devoutly Christian parents Christy and Kevin Jennifer Garner and Martin Henderson take comfort in prayer and their local church; desperately, Christy takes Anna to a famous Boston paediatrician who does what can. All seems lost. But wait. There are two miracles here. Because in this film, little Anna shares a hospital ward with the daughter of a Boston journalist named Ben Wexler.
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There is this stereotype of the Christian movie. It is filled with cheesy dialogue, exhausted stereotypes, and climatic scenes aimed at the insuring the audience has a "come to Jesus" moment, almost like an altar call surrounded by chewed gum, stale popcorn, and sticky floors., RSS Feeds.
Director: Patricia Riggen. It seems the time has come for Jennifer Garner to replay her debt to the Lord. She must tesifty! Few other nice things can be said sincerely without bearing false witness. Only in films of a spiritual bent would such an odd structure be allowed. Garner is reliably strong as Christy Beam, the mother of young Anna Kylie Rogers who contracts a severe bowel ailment that tests the faith and the finances of her Texan family.