Hearing Everett: The Rancho Sordo Mudo Story
4.5 Stars Rating
(7 member reviews)


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67 minutes
Audio: English
Subtitles: English & Spanish
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Hearing Everett: The Rancho Sordo Mudo Story

2009  NR  67 minutes

A neon sign builder and father of seven children, Ed Everett was an average man in search of his purpose. During a short term mission trip to Mexico, he would encounter a deaf child, and his life would change forever. Little did he know, his own son was preparing him for this very moment. A family willing to trust God and enter the silent world of the deaf.

This film is about faith, love, and lifelong adventure. A legacy, started by one man, which continues on today Hearing Everett is the true life story of a family that believed that God can use anyone with a willing heart.

Bonus Material:

  • Bonus Scenes
  • Theatrical Trailer
Director:T.C. Johnstone
Producer(s):James Kirk-Johnson

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7 members reviewed: Hearing Everett: The Rancho Sordo Mudo Story

5 Stars- Rachael H
Excellent!!! Powerful true story of missionaries with a heart for the Lord and evangelism.

4 Stars- Connie M
This was an eye-opening account of the plight of deaf children in Mexico in the 1970s and the faithfulness of a man to make a difference in many lives.

5 Stars- Gina F
Wow, you want to seeking being humble...watch this documentary. First the book Crazy Love now this. God has a plan for all of us and if we are obedient to HIS calling we will be sent for HIS Glory to do HIS Will. This was great. We are looking at serving in a whole new way. Thank you for this great story.

4 Stars- Gregory W
Great docudrama. I would recommend this docudrama. I felt the film was well done. Kept me interested with the reenactments of certain events. A great story about this great Man of God, his family and ministry.

4 Stars- Gregory W
A very inspiring true story. I would recommend this film and would like to own it as well.

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