Desperate to see their church grow, Pastor John (Robert Amaya) and wife Betsy (Erin Bethea) change their church Christmas pageant. Flabbergasted, elderly choir director Mary leads the choir to boycott. Facing termination, Pastor John resorts to disguising himself as an old man. Pastor John must learn to love the unlovable or risk the ruin of his church and family.
This movie is funny and enjoyable for the whole family. There are no cuss words.
The movie is about a pastor and his family and the pastors step mother. The step mother has anger built up against the step-son and wants him removed form the church. The pastor dresses up like an older person to find out what the step mother is really mad about, he gets his son to help him. The movie does show the pastor being deceptive to his congregation while being disguised, and eventually gets found out and has to apologize.
This was a fun film for the whole family - kind of cross between Mrs. Doubtfire and Sister Act. There were some holiday season elements in it, which makes it great for watching around Christmas, but it's actually suitable for any time of the year. If you want to kick back with you spouse and/or kids and be entertained and inspired, this is the movie for you.
I loved this film! A story that brings you laughs that you are able to watch with your entire family! The acting is top notch and it shares a story of forgiveness while also adding in some comedy and fun! I hope others enjoy this film as much as I did!!