(Video Review) Though None Go With Me


Though None Go with MeReviewed by: Melissa Clapp


Introduction

Title: Though None Go With Me

Director: Armand Mastroianni

Studio: Gaiam – Entertainment

Publication Date: April 2006

Format: Movie

Length: 1 hour 40 minutes

OVERVIEW

A young woman wants to move to California to pursue music with her boyfriend. She stops by her grandmother’s house to pick up some money for the trip, but her grandmother insists on telling her childhood love stories. Elizabeth, the grandmother, grew up in Three Rivers, Michigan and all she ever wanted to do was travel. Elizabeth’s father insists that she go pick up the new pastor at the train. Elizabeth is pleasantly surprised that this pastor is handsome and single. As they begin their relationship, everything is perfect. As their lives begin to unfold many trials occur and they must learn to trust God. “Though none go with me, still I will follow, no turning back, no turning back.”

ASSESSMENT

Rating (1 to 5)

4 out of 5 stars

Suggested Audience

Adults

Christian Impact

This movie is extremely encouraging. God may allow many trials in your life but he never leaves you. God does everything for a purpose and his plan is perfect. Elizabeth suffered many, many trials and she pursued God through all of it. Elizabeth always wondered why but she continued on trusting God no matter what. At the end of the movie Elizabeth finds out that she impacted many lives by setting an example of courage. God will reward our perseverance.

Other Notes:

Based on the book Though None Go with Me by Jerry Jenkins.


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