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‘Christmas on Salvation Street’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

‘Christmas on Salvation Street’ ~
CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation


Christmas on Salvation Street

To assist those in need, a widowed pastor moves his family to the inner city, where they must struggle to adjust before they can help their community.

Widower Noah Davis feels a strong calling to move from his affluent congregation to a struggling inner city mission. Along with his young daughters, he moves into the Salvation Street Mission, where the whole family must pitch in to make the place livable before they can even think about helping the crime-ridden community. With a lot of faith, belief, and elbow grease, the impossible starts to become very much a possibility, until a local gang threatens violence. Despite all the challenges, there is a glimmer of hope for the future of the neighborhood, just in time for Christmas.


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christmas on salvation streetOlivia Rose Keegan, plays Brianna in this film and has the best attitude of anyone I’ve ever seen.
Enjoyed watching her great attitude.

This was a Christmas film I really enjoyed.  Here were some highlights:

  • Inspired by true events – that is always a plus!
  • The example of stepping out of our comfort zone.
  • Brianna’s attitude throughout the film.
  • The comment about some people that they are good people, they just don’t know it yet.
  • Going on the offense instead of the defense.  It was the right decision and God worked in a wonderful way as a result.
  • Loved the “Love” speech given by the pastor to the leader of the gang.
  • The amount of faith the pastor had.  Faith and love…the perfect combination.

This is a film with some true faith, true Christianity, and humor throughout.  This pastor truly had a burden for souls, which is what all Christians should have.

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  1. Adriana says
    05 December 17, 9:13pm

    Also wildly racist. Would never allow that filth near a child

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