Wings of the Wind

DVD Release: August 25, 2015
Wings of the Wind


It’s 1946 and Rose Cornell, a resolute young woman, struggles with her faith while searching for answers after a series of painful events. She has been abandoned by her mother, her brother is addicted to illegal gambling, and a near-tragic crash has taken away her favorite pastime of flying airplanes. As Rose reaches the point of turning her back on her faith, will an unlikely source lead her to the goodness of God? Will she find his love, faithfulness, and restoration? Follow Rose’s journey to find an answer to the age-old question, “God, if you’re in control, why do bad things happen?”

Dove Review

Rose has turned her back on God because of the things that have happened in her family. Her brother Seth has skipped town, leaving those left behind to deal with his bad choices.

When bad things happen many people ask, “why does God let these things happen?” This story shows how it is our choices that create the terrible situations. The Lord is always speaking; some people listen, some don’t, and some only hear what they want to hear. This is truly a wholesome family movie about God’s love and how people need to “ride on the wings of His word and the wind of His spirit.” It is inspirational to learn how to not blame God, since He is not trying to teach us a lesson when things go wrong. He is always there and speaking to us, all we have to do is listen.

We award this movie with the Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: References to God, Jesus and Christ done in reverence; fat head.
Violence: Man threatened over the phone; stealing; man beaten; man threatens two young men with gun; man takes keys to a plane that does not belong to him.
Drugs: Men drinking and smoking.
Nudity: None
Other: Not listening to others; gambling; argument between parent and children; family members losing property due to someone else's gambling debt; police raiding an illegal gambling spot; disrespectful attitudes toward others.


Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Kim Robinson
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 118 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe