Based on Janette Oke’s best-selling novel, this poignant sequel to Love Comes Softly will draw you in from beginning to end.
Missie Davis (January Jones) is devoted equally to teaching school and doing her fair share on the farm. When a handsome railroad heir (Mackenzie Astin) starts to woo her, Missie is nearly swept off her feet. That is, until a mysterious stranger (Logan Bartholomew) with a troubled past shows up. Torn between two very different men, Missie learns what is truly important in this inspiring film that the whole family will enjoy.
“Love’s Enduring Promise” is the second in the “Love Comes Softly” series of television movies on Hallmark Channel that includes Love Comes Softly (2003), Love’s Long Journey (2005), Love’s Abiding Joy (2006), Love’s Unending Legacy (2007), Love’s Unfolding Dream, and Love Takes Wing (2009).
2 thoughts to “Love’s Enduring Promise (2004)”
Love this movie and I can watch it over and over!
I was really hoping for something as good as the first one. While it doesn’t quite add up, it was still good. The whole point of this movie is that the promise of Jesus Christ is that he will wipe away all tears. I did like all the stories of grief and them having faith in the promise that all tears will be wiped away. I also liked the emphasis on pulling together to get through hardships.