This is a sweet film that focuses on the contrast of pride
vs. humility. Proverbs 16:18 – Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. This movie brings out this verse in different ways. Not too bad for their first film.
The film itself is a tale of love and conflict. The protagonist, John Crowe (Ross Renfroe), is a humble and hard-working rural farmer who is the last in a long legacy of Crowe family men. The antagonist in the film is an erroneously-driven pastor named Jeremiah Stillwell (Graham Alexander) who is seeking the pastorate at John’s church.
John lives and works diligently on a huge plot of land that has been owned by his family for nearly two centuries. He attended seminary but dropped out due to a family emergency and the need to take care of the Crowe family land. When he is not working, John is resting in the Word of God or attending his church. He was raised in this godly manner by his grandfather (Dr. Dick Knar), who mentored young John until the time of his death.
Another family of believers, the Sower family, arrives in town and settles in. Their young, single, and attractive daughter Ellen (Jenny Hamilton) becomes the interest of both John and Jeremiah. Conflict ensues as Jeremiah attempts, in not too subtle ways, to dissuade John from pursuing Ellen.
Ellen, however, has her eyes on John, and soon enough Ellen and John are married, much to the dismay of Jeremiah. Ellen takes sick and John, who has no health insurance, considers making the difficult decision of selling the family land to take care of his bride.
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