We are entitled to miracles! This movie is rich in devotion to the call to be a miracle worker. We do not go alone on the journey and our brother may lead the way!
Collaborations abound in this sweet and often humorous tale about a 14-year-old boy who must overcome limiting self-concepts within himself in order to become a true miracle worker. When Ralph’s mother, who is his last surviving relative, slips off into a coma, he is left with a grim looking future. He is determined that only a miracle will pull her out of her coma, and Holy Spirit guides him in a surprising, miraculous direction.
Ralph is honest about his limitations as a miracle worker, yet his dedication to purpose is illuminated by the simple idea that miracles are possible. Once that idea takes hold, no outside force can weaken the power of his determination. Ideas can be shared and extended, having unending rippling effects as mighty companions come to support the miracle-minded and the call to truth.

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David Hoffmeister

Modern-day mystic, author, and a living demonstration of A Course in Miracles.


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