Soul Survivors: Dating Angels

DVD Release: February 3, 2015
Soul Survivors: Dating Angels


Rejoice with the angels (and humans) as they learn and teach Divine Love!

Angels-in-training Jack and Tanya are back!
Will they rise above their earthly pasts and learn to love even more? As the angels give Megan (Molly Ryman) the secret to overcome her loneliness, she in turn helps her best friend, Sharma (Joetta Wright), discover how divine love can heal her marriage.

Timotha Lanae, internationally renowned recording artist, returns as Tory, featuring tastes of two new songs from her latest CD, “Rewind.”

Dove Review

“Soul Survivors: Dating Angels” hits a home run in delivering the message that love is what it’s all about! Jack and Tanya are angels in training, helped by senior angel Catherine. They get involved in real-life situations, such as helping a woman named Megan who is lonely and hopes to date, and a couple that is stressed due to living in the wife’s parents’ home. The husband needs a better-paying job. The angels help her get her husband on a date night to put romance back in their marriage. The angels become involved in problematic situations so Jack is told he can be a “fool for God.”

This film is based on true stories and deals with issues such as loneliness and money struggles. The higher power of God is mentioned, as is that people need to remember that God’s love is available to them. He is referred to as the “Big Boss” and these angels work for Him. The solutions do come, such as the husband landing a better-paying job. We are pleased to award this imaginative movie our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages twelve plus. This movie shows what the amazing power of love can do.

Content Description

Sex: Comment wondering if a man is gay; husband kisses his wife on the cheek.
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: Mild cleavage in just one scene.
Other: Although no Scriptures are used, the film focuses on God's love; an instructor teaches yoga; tension between characters; woman leaves her body to talk with an angel about love; woman forgives her father for not being at her birthday party when she was a child.


Company: Debbie Johnson Productions
Director: Debbie Johnson
Producer: Debbie Johnson
Genre: Fiction
Runtime: 65 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter