How about a heartwarming Christmas tale?
Imagine a Yuletide movie that looks like a Thomas Kinkade painting. That’s Christmas Miracle.
A candlelit miracle
During a blizzard on a narrow rural highway, a traffic pile-up blocks the icy road, stranding a group of strangers in an abandoned church building on Christmas Eve.
The picturesque old building is cobwebbed, dusty and unheated, but still a sanctuary from the raging storm outside. The diverse, conflicted travelers include newlywed sweethearts, a former ambulance worker frustrated in his medical ambitions because of dyslexia, a wealthy, bickering, middle-aged couple, a disillusioned former clergyman who has just lost his wife in childbirth, and a troubled local construction contractor whose frustrated wife sets out in
When she doesn’t return, their young, slightly autistic son sneaks away from his house, trudging through the snow and wind, thinking he can find his stranded parents – only to get lost in the thick woods.
Despite these trials, this all-too-real group spends their Christmas Eve together, learning from one another how to manage their way through life’s challenges – as Christmas dawns.
In this heartwarming, candlelit tale, their troubles are similar to our own – and not so insurmountable that love cannot prevail.
By working together the group sees even the most unlikely miracles come true.
This is an uplifting holiday story full of drama and inspiration, complete with a heartwarming “Silent Night” from country singer George Canyon.
A Christmas Miracle shows us all the real meaning of the season with kindness, understanding and love.