During December we are always destined to see many versions of the Charles Dickens Christmas Carol work in all kinds of variations. In By God's Grace young CEO of an air charter service Cameron Deane Stewart gets a visitation on Christmas Eve. Not three spirits as in Mr. Dickens' epic, but only one. A familiar one though, his late sister Savannah McReynolds who died as a child. In fact she died as a child along with their parents in a car accident. While alive parents KC Guyer and Angela DiMarco raised the kids on certain biblical values like faith, hope, and charity and the certainty there's a divine plan in all this that we go through. But we do have critical choices to make. Now a lot of time those beliefs more than seem to contradict each other in real life. So guided by McReynolds, Stewart reviews his life more like George Bailey than Ebenzer Scrooge. The parents were proud of their charitable works as much as the company that Guyer built and founded. One work was a shelter for kids and the Stewart and McReynolds interacted with the kid clients there. What I found fascinating was the idea that Stewart became hard and cynical. It's just as likely that he become hedonistic. I found more situations like that in my personal experience than the latter. The actors do perform well and the story within its Christian parameters is a tale well and often told.
By God's Grace
By God's Grace
From a meager beginning to owning a thriving air charter service, the Taylors devoted their lives to their children Chris (Cameron Deane Stewart) and Grace (Savannah McReynolds). Raising ...
May 28, 2020