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September Winners of the Blu-ray + Digital Copies of “Miracles from Heaven” & “Risen” Announced
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Congratulations to the September Winners:

Congratulations to
Christine Gee
And
Jodi Beswick
...the September Winners of the Blu-ray + Digital Copy of “Miracles from Heaven”


Congratulations to
Janna Olsen
And
Bonnie Pember
...the September Winners of the Blu-ray + Digital Copy of “Risen”



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More about Miracles from Heaven the following is a review of the movie courtesy of PluggedIn a Focus on the Family publication

Lots of kids get sick. And then they get better.

And that's exactly what happened to Annabel Beam. But how did it happen?

Anna kept throwing up every time she ate. And after multiple medical diagnoses pointing to common ailments—lactose intolerance, acid reflux—doctors realized that Anna's problem wasn't common at all. To the contrary, she had a deadly gastrointestinal ailment. And it was incurable, too.

Anna's ongoing physical anguish and occasional agony made her mom, Christy, hunt harder and harder for some kind of solution. And Christy also had to hunt harder and harder to find what was left of her faith as she grew increasingly angry at the thick-headed Christians around her and the church she used to love.

It's fair to say that she was none too pleased with the way God was letting her innocent daughter suffer.

It truly can be difficult to feel God's love when things seem bleak and hopeless, when pain and misery are a regular part of our day. But those can also be the times when we reach out most fervently and sense God's loving and steady presence in almost overwhelming ways.

Christy and Anna Beam knew both sides of that spiritual experience. And they had to make a choice which they were going to cling to.

The vaunted theoretical physicist Albert Einstein once said, "There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle."

This is the Beam family's true story ... of everything being a miracle.