Disclosure Many thanks to Pure Flix for providing a sample of the product for this review. Opinions are 100% my own.
One of my favorite things to do in the winter is hang out with my family. And it doesn't have to be something costly, honestly I love to snuggle with my kiddos under our electric blanket and watch movies most nights or even just play a relaxing game like Yahtzee. I just enjoy being with them.
One of our top streaming services is Pure Flix. The shows and movies are always family friendly and I don't need to worry about watching them with my boys. I know I can count on Pure Flix to provide us with wholesome viewing choices. The latest in their line up is Heaven Sent.
Karen Abercrombie’s latest movie, “Heaven Sent,” is destined to debut exclusively on Pure Flix on February 3, 2023. The new romantic comedy shares stories of three couples at different stages of life and is a journey through finding love, hope and joy after loss.
“The theme is love – romantic love and the love of God,” said Karen Abercrombie, who plays Elise and co-wrote the film. “It’s about trusting God’s plan and allowing Him to lead you through transitions in your life.”
Synopsis: Elise, a grandmother hurt by her past, and Patrick, a widowed pastor, have closed the door on love. But with faith and a little help from technology, will their live-streamed romance find a way?
“Entertainment is such a great way to teach the message of God’s love,” Abercrombie continued. “People turn on the television and look to be entertained and it disarms them to step into these stories. It opens a door for them to receive the message of those stories in a way they might not otherwise get.”
“Heaven Sent” stars Karen Abercrombie (WAR ROOM, DISCARDED THINGS, AN ANGELIC CHRISTMAS, GOD’S COMPASS), Jemarcus Kilgore (DISCARDED THINGS, Black Lightning), J. Leon Pridgen II (DISCARDED THINGS, P-Valley, TRINITY GOODHEART), Charlene Tilton (Dallas), Michael J. Patterson, Maurie Moore, Elizabeth Byland and Gary Dourdan (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation). Abercrombie co-wrote and executive-produced the movie, which was directed by Joanne Hock.