Soul Survivors: Angels in Training

DVD Release: February 14, 2014
Soul Survivors: Angels in Training


Like “Touched by an Angel” for romantic relationships. With this show you get to spend some time in heaven and have fun watching girlfriends figure out their guys with the help of angels-in-training, Jack and Tanya.

Lexie is so mad at Bryan (Rob Ivy) for his seeming affection for other women that she nearly ruins their relationship. Tory (recording star, Timotha Lanae) has to learn to let go and follow her dreams to find out what love is really about and have any hope of a happy future with men. The Angels help them through it all to be who they truly are, Soul in a human body, able to shine with divine love.

Dove Review

This is a fantasy film with the plot of a couple going to heaven after an automobile accident. Jack and Tanya, the couple, had tension and disagreements in their marriage on Earth, and now are angels in training. The film doesn’t rely on scripture but does show the dedication necessary to make relationships work as an angel named Catherine oversees the two “trainees”. Jack and Tanya find themselves helping other couples and they begin to discover the mistakes they made in their own relationship. One couple, Adam and Tory, have been together ten years without Adam proposing but in this film he learns what has kept him holding on to his freedom. Tory has never felt her dad was proud of her and now that he is dying she has one last chance to make him so. Another couple features a man that is too friendly with other women and a very jealous girlfriend.

“Soul Survivors: Angels in Training” is awarded our Dove Seal for ages twelve plus. It is all about relationships and anyone can relate to that!

Content Description

Sex: Kissing between a married and engaged couple; a couple has been together for ten years but are finally married in the movie at the end of it as they decide to move forward in their relationship; a woman feels her boyfriend flirts with other women.
Language: Butt-1; "Boneheads"-1; "Dumb sister" comment.
Violence: It's stated a car hit a dog, killing it.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None.
Other: Tension between couples over children, jealousies, and a lack of total commitment to a relationship; a frustrated woman says she is going to kill herself; a woman gets pulled over for speeding; a reference to death.


Company: Debbie Johnson Productions
Director: Debbie Johnson
Producer: Debbie Johnson
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 115 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter