Sunday, April 22, 2012

Review: The Woodcarver


The Woodcarver staring John Ratzenberger is a Faith and Family Film about rebuilding each other's faith in life.   Fifteen year old Matthew Stevenson made a destructive choice in order to get attention when rebelling against his parents and their broken home.  Vandalizing the church his father is renovating seems the only way to get back at them.  In order to avoid criminal charges, he works to repair the damage he caused and finds himself working with Ernest Otto (John Ratzenberger), the talented, reclusive woodworker.  Forming an unlikely friendship the two come to realized that all things are indeed possible through faith, family and friendship.

The Woodcarver is available on DVD at ChristianCinema.com for $10.92 and is yet another wonderful movie that will change your family forever.

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