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~ James 1:17

Friday, March 23, 2018

Could Hallmark's Newest TV Movie be a Royal Mess? --- Plus, this Palm Sunday Weekend... "When Calls the Heart," "Risen," and we need a little Christmas!

Saturday MARCH 24, 2018:

It just may be a "Royal Mess" when a Matchmaker falls for her client, a Prince, in...

Storyline via Hallmark: Matchmaker Kate’s reputation as the “Queen of Hearts” reaches King Edward of Voldavia who hires her to find his son a bride. But Prince Sebastian has a moat around his heart, and Kate doesn’t see his tender side until he evokes his mother’s memory. She’s also learned he does humanitarian work, and before Kate knows it, she’s... Click Here to Read More...

Watch the Premiere of Royal Matchmaker
Saturday MARCH 24, 2018
at 9pm/8c. on the Hallmark Channel

Sunday MARCH 25, 2018:

Happy Palm Sunday!

It's the story after the Resurrection...

image via: Sony Pictures / Affirm Films

Storyline via UP: Risen follows the epic Biblical story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer. Clavius, a powerful Roman Military Tribune, and his aide Lucius, are tasked with... Click Here to Read More...

Watch Risen this Palm Sunday
MARCH 25, 2018
at 7pm/6c. on UP

Jack and Elizabeth ride away in a Horse and Carriage...

Episode 6: “Love and Marriage” Jack and Elizabeth’s marriage is put to the test. Pastor Frank and Abigail resolve the future of their relationship. Bill helps a young girl solve a mystery. Click Here to See More...

Sunday MARCH 25, 2018
at 9pm/8c. on the Hallmark Channel

"MARK"ing THE 25th!

In addition to this Sunday being Palm Sunday (the day that we remember and celebrate the day Jesus entered into Jerusalem as Savior and King!), it's also the 25th Day of the month... it's been 3 months since Christmas... and now, it's only 9 months until Christmas Day!

To commemorate this special time, as I've shared before, I watch a Christmas movie on the 25th day of each month. I'm delighted that many of you have joined along... including our friend Mark, who encourages us here, and makes a point to visit each month on the 25th to share which Christmas movie he watches! That's why I have named this feature after him... "Mark"ing the 25th!

Basically, each month, on or before the 25th, I will share which Christmas movie I have chosen to watch that day, and please do the same - in comments below!

For this Palm Sunday, my family and I have chosen to watch... "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: For Christmas." Since the premiere movie on UP, "Risen," tells the Resurrection story, we thought it would also be nice to watch "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: For Christmas," because it shares the precious story of Jesus' birth.

I hope you all have a Wonderful Weekend and Palm Sunday! If you plan to watch a Christmas movie on the 25th, please share in comments below.

Blessings to You All, Net

"But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us."
– Romans 5:8

"Jesus said to her, "I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?"
– John 11:25-26


  1. I love your website!! I'm not the most religious person but I'm a huge Hallmark and romantic movie fan!!! I adore "feel good" movies, no matter how corny and they make me smile. Sad endings are not for me. A bit a drama mixed in is always welcome, as long as the outcome is happy.

    1. Thank you, Nancy, for your comment. Each of our faiths are a very personal decision and shape who we are, whatever choices we make.

      I appreciate you sharing your heart and your love of Hallmark movies here with us. You have definitely come to the right place to share your enjoyment of Hallmark movies all year round!!!

      I'm with you... I definitely always want and love those sweet Hallmark happy endings!

      Blessings, Net

  2. Awwww...Net, thank you so much for thinking of me and naming your "25th" feature after me! I feel like I just won an award!

    Indeed, like you, I will be mentioning which Christmas movie I will be watching on the 25th of each month. For tomorrow, I have decided to watch one of my favorite Hallmark movies from this past year, The Christmas Cure. (I still have it on my DVR.)

    I selected this one because its message is one of reaching out to help other people. Dr. Turner (Patrick Duffy) did, even outside of his practice. And his daughter (Brooke Nevin) decides to take over his practice when he retires, giving up her big city life, so that the townspeople will still have someone to care for them, physically and emotionally.

    For me, this movie ties in with this time of year because it is about sacrifice. We remember how Christ loved us so much that he sacrificed his life for us, and how we in turn are called to sacrifice - to love and help others no matter what obstacles or choices we may face...just like the Turners.

    Net, I wish you and your family (and everyone visiting this site) a most blessed Palm Sunday!

    'Hosanna! Hosanna in the highest!" (Mark 11:9-10)

    1. Beautifully said! Thank you, Mark, for sharing that and your well wishes for everyone here!

      I like your movie pick for the 25th... that is truly beautiful how you related the story to Easter. Giving of oneself is truly a selfless gift!

      Blessings to you! So glad you like the feature!

      Have a wonderful Palm Sunday, Net

  3. After When Calls The Heart, I'll join you Net in watching SSD. Any excuse to watch it again is a good one for me!

  4. How lucky for Mark! Congratulations!

    1. Thank you, Anonymous! I truly am lucky and blessed to be part of this IAWM family!

    2. And, we are equally blessed, Mark, to have you here... as part of the "It's a Wonderful Movie" family!!!

      Thank you for your awesome support!!! Blessings, Net

  5. I'll "mark" the 25th by watching WCTH the Christmas Wishing Tree in preparation for the new episode Sunday night. I can't wait to see Jack and Elizabeth after the wedding. I can hardly believe a whole week has finally gone by! Sally

    1. Great idea! Have your own binge watching WCTH party!!! I am looking forward to the new episode, too! So many changes are surely soon to come now that Elizabeth and Jack are married!

  6. Bethany Joy Lenz credited as Joy Lenz?

    1. Yes, sometimes she doesn't use Bethany and goes by her middle name, Joy.

      Either way, she's certainly a "joy" to watch!

  7. I was wondering why Jack Thorton
    ( Daniel Lissing) seems to be leaving
    and working away from Hope Valley.
    Does Daniele have other obligations?
    Thank you for nay insights

    1. Yes, Daniel Lissing has been working on other acting projects, besides "When Calls the Heart." Rumor is, he was offered a larger role, but had to take a smaller part because of his commitment/contract to WCTH. However, when he was doing interview rounds, a week or so ago for WCTH, he sounded quite enthusiastic over the prospect (which, of course, is now official) Season 6! Hopefully, they will be able to resolve enough schedule time/contract agreement to bring Jack back for another season of WCTH!

  8. Garage Sale Mystery: A Picture of Murder is upcoming production in April 2018 in Canada

  9. Upcoming Production in Canada

    The Perfect Bride 2

    Truly, Madly, Sweetly

    Marrying Mr. Darcy

    I Do

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