Wherever You Are is based on a story written by Max Lucado. The film is 17-minutes long and followed by a presentation of the gospel by Max himself. The film tells a new prodigal story through "Katherine", a young woman who makes all the wrong choices only to be welcomed home by her loving father. This emotional tale of rebellion and redemption is a wonderful illustration of God's love for us as outlines in John 3:16. Closed captions. Widescreen. Approx 30 minutes.
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Customer Reviews for Wherever You Are, Pack of 100
Cinematography was high quality. Content was scraping the barrel. Too much flesh in the movie and very little Gospel. It was so lean with Bible message that Max had to come back at the end to try to clear that up. A total waste of time and money.
We purchased the 10 packed and used the movies as give aways for our Father and Son Dinner. Theme was "Movie Night." so the price of 10 for $9.99 was perfect and we were able to put one movie in each give away bag along with movie candy and popcorn. It was a good movie for all ages.
Having five daughters and 11 granddaughters, this video was not only a valuable tool for my family but will also be an asset when I loan it to our church's youth group. I have always loved Max Lucado's books, enjoy his daughter at Revolve conferences, and am now enjoying DVD materials made available by his ministry. The simple, yet straight forward, way that Max has of communicating Christian living and the scriptures is a treasure for both adults and youth.
I liked this movie. It was a tender story of the relationship between a father and his daughter. It was also a real eye opener for someone that doesn't understand the loving grace of our heavenly father. Great story to share with your highschool youth group.
Very good. Would recommend to adult Christian audience. To see a Father's unconditional love and forgiveness when she left home w/o telling him where she was going. He must have gone through much anguish and emotional pain to the point of finding where she was, but patiently waiting for her to return. Love won out. Such an example of the Father God's love for us, as He patiently waits for us to turn to Him.
Max Lucado, a Church of Christ pastor, teaches an easy-believism gospel and his books are shallow and light and fluffy. If you enjoy light reading and female fiction, you will probably love Lucado. But if you are looking for deeper, look elsewhere: to John Piper, Michael Horton and John Calvin.