Letters to God

Letters to God

DVD - 2011
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Eight-year-old Tyler is armed with strong faith and courage as he faces a battle against cancer. His prayers take the form of letters he sends to his ultimate pen pal, God, on a daily basis. These letters find their way into the hands of Tyler's postman, Brady, who is at a crossroads in his life, and is searching for meaning. Brady is at first is confused over what to do, but his decision ultimately is a testament to the power of Tyler's shining spirit, bravery, and grace.
Publisher: Richmond, Vic. : Maufactured and distributed by Visual Entertainment Group, c2011.
Branch Call Number: FILM
Characteristics: 1 disc (ca. 109 min.) :,sd. col. ;,4 3/4 in.

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JeffAChristian
Apr 13, 2017

What a great, inspirational family film! God always reads our letters (hears our prayers) and listens and acts accordingly to His divine will. He heals us all on the inside, our real selves, in order to make us a better example of what we can truly be in this world. Your emotions will come alive throughout this movie. A+

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janana
Nov 09, 2012

This is a true story. It is touching, (it brought tears to my eyes) and a great movie about faith. Read the book for more background.

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tinarcotton
May 16, 2012

Makes you cry

wayne19711012 Mar 28, 2012

i dont know what to write

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lathrumrl
Jan 17, 2012

A good movie, especially if you know someone struggling with cancer. It will help you recognize what they are going through, while giving hope at the same time.

Brian_Scott Oct 05, 2011

i had a near death experience recently. After recovery, when i was finally allowed outside the house I borrowed this movie. it really helped me to realize that, as bad off as I was, it could've been alot worse.

HonorBound Mar 28, 2011

Bring along a box of tissues. You'll need them.

A nice movie about a young boy who writes his thoughts/prayers down and then mails them to God. Naturally, his postman is the one who reads them, which in turn changes his life.

The sad part is, the young boy has cancer. Nuff said.

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CalicoJack
Mar 10, 2011

Because of its tragic subject-matter (a terminally ill child), this is not a film you'd want to watch every day. And I found its saccharine females and Born-Again-Christian overtones obnoxious (even though neither was very frequent or intrusive.) But the film's good definitely outweighs the bad, and overall it provides a hopeful, touching dramatization of dealing with death, grieving, pain & suffering, guilt, and starting over from a perspective of faith. Especially recommended for someone who is spiritually (especially deistically) inclined or is grappling with these sorts of painful issues.

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Jammers4Jesus
Feb 10, 2011

awesome movie.

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joseph
Nov 08, 2010

Good - Letters To God (2010) 110 min. Though filmed like an after school special, Letters to God provides the heartfelt messaging in living in the light of God. A young boy provides the inspiration to everyone around him on how to deal with suffering by “letting go and letting God”. A must see for anyone who’s currently being challenged with emotional and medical concerns. Also recommended is the soundtrack available at OPL.

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janana
Nov 09, 2012

janana thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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janana
Nov 09, 2012

An eight-year-old boy is dealing with brain cancer. He writes letters to God, which his postman, Brady, reads. Brady has a terrible past to deal with, and reading Tyler's letters and being friends with him and his family help him turn his life around. Tyler is full of faith and love.

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