PLEASE NOTE: This Movie, Amish Grace, is based on a TRUE and TRAGIC story. I have not personally viewed this Movie. I am hopeful that the story might have a good message of Faith and Forgiveness. See More Details, below. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS MOVIE FOR FAMILY VIEWING WITH CHILDREN!
Network: Lifetime Movie Network
Original Air Date: March 28, 2010
Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Ida Graber
Tammy Blanchard ... Amy Roberts
Fay Masterson ... Jill Green
Matt Letscher ... Gideon Graber
Bob Rumnock ... Reporter
Eugene Byrd ... Danny
Eric Nenninger ... State Trooper
Madison Davenport ... Mary Beth Graber
Darcy Rose Byrnes ... Rebecca Knepp
Gary Graham ... Henry Taskey
Amy Sloan ... Rachel Knepp
Karley Scott Collins ... Katie Graber
Jim Metzler ... County Sheriff
Madison Mason ... Levi Brennaman
Emilee Wallace ... Teacher Ruth
John Churchill ... Charlie Roberts
Taylor Ann Thompson ... Hannah
Bruce Nozick ... Leonard
Kate Fuglei ... Shelly
Willow Geer ... Judith
Christopher Curry ... Minister
Dale Wade Davis ... Isaac Knepp
Chloe Madison ... Sarah Knepp
Sammy Jack ... Knepp Boy #1
Jessica Dickey ... Melinda
Joel Schmidt ... Melinda's Husband
Trevor Thompson ... Jacob
Gabriel Welch ... Knepp Boy #2
David Mazouz ... Andy Roberts
Elijah Tadros ... Ryan Roberts
David Curtis ... Amish Elder
The Lifetime Movie Network Original Movie "Amish Grace" is based on a true story about the aftermath that followed the 2006 schoolhouse shooting in the Amish community of Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania.
The peaceful Amish community of Nickel Mines is forever changed when a gunman senselessly takes the lives of five girls in a schoolhouse shooting before taking his own life.
What transpires afterward takes the community by storm, as the media descend on the town and criticize its Amish leaders for their notion of unconditional forgiveness of the shooter and their outreach of support to his widow, Amy Roberts (Tammy Blanchard). Devastated by her daughter’s death, Ida Graber (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) finds herself struggling with her community’s belief in the transcending power of forgiveness. Deeply conflicted and unable to forgive the gunman and his family, Ida is tempted to leave the only life she’s ever known before re-embracing her faith.
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT Little House on the Prairie. This story is based on a TRUE and TRAGIC story. I have not personally viewed this Movie. I am hopeful that the story might have a good message of Faith and Forgiveness, however, I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS MOVIE FOR FAMILY VIEWING WITH CHILDREN!
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