Love's Everlasting Courage DVD Review & Giveaway

Just in time for Mother’s Day, Hallmark Channel’s captivating saga returns with another touching film based on the best-selling Love Comes Softly series by Janette Oke.  Centering on family values in the 19th century, the heartwarming story, LOVE’S EVERLASTING COURAGE, enlightens on DVD May 8 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

Clark Davis (Wes Brown, “True Blood”) struggles to maintain his land and support his family during a long drought.  With a bank loan to repay, his wife, Ellen (Julie Mond, “General Hospital”) takes a job in town as a seamstress, but soon becomes ill with scarlet fever.  Devastated to lose his beloved wife, Clark and his young daughter turn to his parents for support.  Clark must find a way to save his farm and survive Ellen's death without losing the person he loves most: his daughter.

What a great opportunity it was to watch the movie, Love’s Everlasting Courage, the title says it all in this movie.

I’ve always loved the old movie settings from back in the day with the horse and carriage, like, Little House on The Prairie, the hard work people do in order to survive. This movie is about a very close loving family that goes through a lot .Clark Davis, the husband, really shows and proves his love for his family. Then there is the beautiful sweet mother, Ellen Davis, that also shows her love and devotion to her family. They have a little girl named, Missy, she’s a sweet little thing that tries hard to help out as much as she could. Then there was Clarks parents, they played a big part in his life, truly full of values and knowledge, “A parent will do anything for their child.” Ben and Sara are good friends to the family helping out in more ways than one in this movie.

I don’t want to give away too much in this great movie but I must say as the times have changed it’s amazing what we have today and what we should be thankful for, like, phones. Back in the day if someone was to get really sick they would have to ride to call on their doctor. Scarlet Fever was a big illness among others back then and a lot of people lost loved ones from it.

 I truly recommend this movie it’s a tear jerker for sure. I cried a few times. It’s a family movie, but can be considered a chick flick, I guess, as my husband fell asleep during it, but in the end the movie makes you thankful for what you have in life. “Always keep your heart open.” 


Disclosure: All opinions are my own. I received Love's Everlasting Courage on DVD at no cost for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received. A big thank you to the PR company for providing the giveaway prize.

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