The Christmas Hope: Sweet Emily needs a home for the holidays. Patricia and Mark Addison need Christmas joy. When Patricia's job leads her to the adorable little girl, she and Mark take Emily in---and discover that no sorrow is so great that God's healing light cannot penetrate the darkest places of the human heart.Meet Peter Andrews---a workaholic accountant with absolutely no interest in the holidays. But he soon finds a new calling when he meets homeless Bob---who inspires him to start a choir at the shelter. Will Peter be able to turn his life around and make the group a success? Based on a true story!
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Customer Reviews for The Christmas Hope/The Christmas Choir
Review 1 for The Christmas Hope/The Christmas Choir
Great family movie
Date:February 1, 2012
Had to view the previews before purchasing. After viewing, I wanted to buy it to see more of the movie. Glad I bought it. Our world needs more family value movies.
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Review 2 for The Christmas Hope/The Christmas Choir
The Christmas Hope is a great movie. We especially enjoyed this movie. It seems to be a sequel to"The Christmas Blessing", Which is a sequel to "The Christmas Shoes". Patty and Mark lose their son and their marriage seems to be falling apart, but then two years later a nine year old girl loses her single mother in an accident and needs a home for at least Christmas. They love the girl ... A Christmas Choir is good story telling us that Christmas is a state of mind and everyone deserves a second chance.