Theatrical Release: February 12, 2016
DVD Release: May 24, 2016


Limited Theatrical Release – Rachel Cartwright and Mitchell Little grow up together, their lives interconnect, but it takes 40 years for their friendship to blossom into romance.

Dove Review

“Providence” is a unique and interesting film. Featuring no dialogue, it presents the story in 78 minutes of scenes on the screen, dealing with a young girl named Rachel and a boy named Mitchell and showing what happens in their lives over a period of 40 years. Rachel’s grandmother Rose lovingly gives her a Bible for Christmas, just before she passes away. The Bible is mistakenly taken away and winds up in a shop of used items for sale, where young Mitchell picks it up. Young Mitchell is dedicated in his Christian walk, despite being mocked and harassed by the bullies of his school. He and Rachel are close for a time, but then she moves on, entering other relationships. Mitchell eventually goes to Bible college and becomes a minister, while Rachel wanders in her life and drops out of a marriage at the last minute. But providence ties her path together with Mitchell’s once more.

The film shows how simple relationships or a simple deed, like giving someone a Bible, can echo throughout a person’s life. We are pleased to award “Providence” our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12-plus.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: A car accident is about to happen; young man shoves books in anger.
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: A car accident is about to happen; young man shoves books in anger.
Drugs: A drinking scene, but it is unclear whether the drink is water or alcohol.
Nudity: None
Other: Death and grief; kids bully and mock a Christian boy and throw things at him; boys climb into a room in a house and secretly meet up with girls, and they dance; a woman cares for her sick mother who needs help being fed; tension between characters; a wedding doesn't take place.


Company: MainStreet Productions
Director: Sharon Wilharm
Producer: Fred Wilharm
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 78 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter