God Bless the Broken Road
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Amber (Lindsay Pulsipher) is a war widow whose husband has died in Afghanistan. Left to raise her young daughter on her own, Amber begins to lose her faith – until her friends and a hot racecar driver help her find her path again. Based on the novel by Jennifer Dornbush, God Bless The Broken Road is written and directed by Harold Kronk (God's Not Dead). Also, sports fans: San Diego Chargers MVP LaDainian Tomlinson makes his acting debut as the local pastor!
- Lindsay Pulsipher
- Jordin Sparks
- LaDainian Tomlinson
- Andrew W. Walker
- Robin Givens
- Makenzie Moss
- Kim Delaney
- Gary Grubbs
- Arthur Cartwright
- Madeline Carroll
Did You Know?
- "Bless the Broken Road" was written by Marcus Hummon (a frequent Rascal Flatts contributor), Bobby Boyd, and Jeff Hanna. Written in 1994, it was first released by the country group "Nitty Gritty Dirt Band", then in 1995 by Marcus Hummon, In 1998 Christian performer Melodie Crittenden released the song on her country music self-titled debut CD. This version received some notoriety after it was prominently featured in the first season of "Dawson's Creek". In 2004 it was covered by Rascal Flatts on their platinum selling album "Feels Like Today" under the revised title "God Bless the Broken Road". Since 2004 the song has been covered by other various musical acts, and become a variety and musical reality show competition standard.
- Darren Hill's tombstone is inscribed with, "Sgt. Darren Hill," however, the shots of him in uniform clearly show the rank insignia of Staff Sergeant.
- Amber Hill: Some seeds don't grow where we live.
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Never in my life have I felt “HIS” love like I feel when I laid eyes upon this film. The mere presence of this master piece is awe inspiring in every fathomable way
THIS MOVIE WAS SO TOUCHING IT HAD ME FEELING ALL THE FEELS I SHOULD'VE BROUGHT TISSUE
A convoluted plot leaking sappiness, in-your-face preachy dialogue, and TV-movie-style lighting are adequate, so long as its bigoted message is getting out there. God Bless the Broken Road is subtler than its predecessors, but that’s not saying much.
The only thing missing from God Bless the Broken Road is compelling or believable drama.
A sad, slight faith-based drama about loss, grieving, fresh starts and loyalty.