From Jerry B. Jenkins, author of the best-selling LEFT BEHIND series.
On Christmas Eve in the Arizona desert, a middle-aged man (Stephen Baldwin) and an old woman (K Callan) contemplate suicide. But through chance run-ins with strangers and perhaps some divine intervention, they cross paths and change each other's life forever.
Based on a story from best-selling author Jerry B. Jenkins, this Christmas Special is a parable for today about how random acts of kindness can, unbeknownst to us all, have a life-altering impact on others.
"Disturbing and hopeful, compelling and promising. The opening is a riveting moment of fear that resolves into a story of reconciliation. It is a natural to provoke discussion about the stark realities of life without the Lord."
- John MacArthur
"I would use this as a discussion starter with my youth Sunday School class...great production values...this is a winner!"
- Josh McDowell
“Jerry Jenkins has done it again... This will be a high impact evangelistic tool for churches that have the courage/faith to use it.”
Dr. James MacDonald
Pastor, Harvest Bible Church, Chicago
“A provocative reminder of the hope of Christ in a hopeless world. It will make you do Christmas differently this year.”
Rev. Dr. Donald Sweeting
Pastor, Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church, CO
|Categories:||Drama, Holiday, Short Films|
9 members reviewed: Midnight Clear
- Dwayne T
I thought the acting was great and the production very well done - I did not realize it was a short version.
- Tarashankar B
Brilliant Direction... Brilliant Acting... Brilliant Message... Inspiring & challenging...
- Kathy C
Short, interesting movie. Story unfolds slowly not giving you many clues. Didn't feel it was done real professionally, but was a very interesting Christian movie with a good message.
- Josh B
Wasn't aware that this was the short version of the movie. This one only runs about 18 minutes. They got the ideas across, but it did seem to be missing a lot of background story that was necessary. I'd recommend the longer version. I still gave this 5 stars because it's still very good.
- Joyce L
15 minutes long. Started out good and then it ended!