Tomorrow Comes

DVD Release: June 3, 2014
Tomorrow Comes


Fifty years after the death of missionaries John and Madge Wood, the Wood family gathered in Ometepec, Mexico, to celebrate their legacy. This film is the unforgettable story of their reunion, as they not only play and laugh together, but also discover how deeply their parents’ love impacted their community and their own family for generations to come.

Dove Review

“Tomorrow Comes” is a deeply touching documentary that tells the story of John and Madge Wood, Christian missionaries to Ometepec, Mexico, in the 1950s and 1960s. Fifty years after their untimely deaths, their five sons travel back to Ometepec with each of their families to reconnect with each other as they honor the legacy of their late parents. In the film, the sons share their perspective of what life was like living in Mexico with their parents. They testify to the faith, love, and selflessness, with which their parents served the community. Fifty years later, John and Madge’s impact on the people of Ometepec is still remembered.

“Tomorrow Comes” will encourage the viewers’ faith and challenge their perspective on life. The reminder that our lives are short inspires us to embrace each moment we are given. Like the Woods, we never know what tomorrow will bring. This film, however, is a reassurance that tomorrow, indeed, will come. The Dove Foundation awards this uplifting documentary the Faith Friendly Seal of approval for all ages!

Content Description

Sex: none
Language: none
Violence: Story told of parents’ deaths in plane crash.
Drugs: none
Nudity: none
Other: none


Company: Gateway Films / Vision Video
Writer: David Peters
Director: David Peters
Producer: Kathi Peters
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 40 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Caitlin Meadows