Ten years later, this has now been made into a feature-length film starring Dean Cain (Superman in Lois and Clark - The New Adventures of Superman). Interestingly, the film was made in the same location as where the real event took place.
My family was able to enjoy watching The Way Home a couple of weeks ago, thanks to Lionsgate Studio.
I cannot even imagine the horror and pain of having a child lost for more than a few minutes. I pray that you and I never have to go through this kind of pain.
In our community, a 12-year-old girl was babysitting her twin nephew and niece almost exactly 10 years ago, and she ended up missing while babysitting that evening, on October 30. She had been abducted by a man who was known by her aunt. While the police suspected the man, they couldn't find any evidence of a crime, nor could they find her body. It took almost ten years to find the evidence for the person they suspected of committing the crime, and he will go to trial soon. I used to see this girl's mother almost weekly at an office supply store in our town, and it was painful to see her going through the grieving process. I have prayed for her many times over the years.
I'm not going to give away the ending of The Way Home. You'll have to view it for yourself. I will tell you that we all enjoyed watching The Way Home. The acting was professional, although we did notice that there were a few slower spots in the movie. The Way Home is an excellent family film that has no inappropriate scenes, language, nudity, or anything else that would be objectionable. It is the kind of movie that will promote and enhance your faith and your relationships with the members of your own family. I would say that this film is appropriate for ages 10 and
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