But the task is not easy and filled with unexpected challenges. Cissie balances responsibilities as a newly married wife to a professional football player and her tasks with the internship. Meanwhile the Children’s Heart team turns to a Texas family who travels to Mongolia for the adventure of a lifetime to help bring the children to San Antonio for their surgeries. In Texas, two host families make sacrifices to care for these children and their mothers, while a team of doctors and nurses volunteer their time only to stare directly into the face of life and death. How far would you go to save a life?
It’s a fight for survival, a fight of faith, and a fight for a new life for these three hearts.
What I Thought:
My daughter and I watched Three Hearts together as I knew it would be the perfect film to open her heart up to the thought of the mission field. This movie blessed us from beginning to end. Being able to see the real images of these three families and the poverty and sub-par medical
facilities really gave me new perspective on the importance of ministries like Samaritan’s Purse. It gave you the ability to connect with the children who were going to be operated on as well as those in the U.S. and Mongolia who are helping save these children’s lives. I especially enjoyed watching the parents and children who were featured in this movie giving their hearts to Christ as they recognized it is through Him that all blessings flow. I would recommend this movie to any family that has a heart for seeing people work hand-in-hand to help one another.