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WHEN CALLS THE HEART: THE HEART OF FAITH

WHEN CALLS THE HEART: THE HEART OF FAITH REVIEWED

“The Heart of Faith” is the latest When Calls The Heart adventure. The gang finds themselves having to save Christmas, after a peddler fools a few kids. The supply train is late and who is going to manage supplies for the Christmas celebration? Meanwhile, the modern day sequence feels even more shoe-horned into the mix. Lori Loughlin is great, but her story is become less relevant to this series moving forward.

Erin Krakow continues to be lovely in her supporting turn in the past. But, there comes a point where you’re going to run out of material. Some will still love it, but I’m at that point where I’m going to tap out.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Nothing

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 2.0

RELEASE DATE: 3/21/17

  • 86%
    Video - 86%
  • 86%
    Audio - 86%
  • 85%
    Show Score - 85%
86%

The Plot Thus Far

From celebrated author Janette Oke (The Love Comes Softly series) comes a rigorous and romantic adventure as epic as the wide frontier. Erin Krakow (Army Wives), Daniel Lissing (Eye Candy), Jack Wagner (Melrose Place) and Lori Loughlin (Full House, 90210) star in When Calls The Heart: The Heart Of Faith, a beautiful story originally released as The Heart Of Christmas.

Christmas is coming to Hope Valley and everyone’s in a festive mood. Rosemary and Lee have returned from their honeymoon to reside in their new row house next to Elizabeth, who’s busy helping her students mount a nativity play. A traveling peddler, Sam, is mistaken for Santa by the kids… and then mistaken for a thief (temporarily) by Jack! But Elizabeth is stunned when word arrives that the supply train has derailed. Without costumes for the play, food for the feast and presents for the kids, Christmas will be ruined! It takes a lot of faith, spirit, and the cooperation of friends and family to show Hope Valley what Christmas is all about!

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