‘Love’s Abiding Joy’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation
The fourth heartwarming movie in Janette Oke’s Love Comes Softly saga.
Directed by Michael Landon, Jr., this fourth installment in Janette Oke’s beloved “Love Comes Softly” series is now a satisfying, heartwarming feature. Following a treacherous journey West, Missie (Erin Cottrell) and her husband (Logan Bartholomew) have set up a homestead where they’ve begun to raise a family. And now that a railroad line connects the states, Missie’s father (Dale Midkiff) is able to visit. But when the joyful reunion is interrupted by tragedy, the faith and love of this family is once again challenged in a story you and your family will never forget.
Another great one in the series. There is a lot to take in during this film. There were a few things that really spoke to me:
- In a moment everything can change.
- Everyone grieves in their own way.
- We just can’t understand why things happen sometimes.
Each episode in this series brings some sadness, but this one especially so. There is one part I really loved and that was towards the end with the sheriff used the wonderful wisdom God gave him.
Cast in this one:
Clark/Marty (Missy’s dad and step-mom)(Only Clark is in this episode)
Aaron Luke (9 years old) (Marty’s son from her first husband)(mentioned only)
Arnie (7 years old) (Clark & Marty’s son)(mentioned only)
Missy (Clark’s daughter)Willie LaHaye (Missy’s husband)
Matthew (Mattie) – Willie & Missy’s Oldest Child
Jeff (Adopted by Willie/Missy)
Kathy (New girl baby)
Purchase on DVD
RENT on Christian Cinema