Heroes Among Us, Miracles Around Us

Theatrical Release: October 3, 2006
DVD Release: October 3, 2006
Heroes Among Us, Miracles Around Us


The threads of history are woven together with stories that inspire and amaze mankind. They are the stories of heroes and miracles and for centuries they have given man something to hope and strive for. But with the arrival of the 21st century, many people are wondering if the days of heroes and miracles have passed. Every day, the headlines are filled with news of natural disasters, man-made conflicts, humanitarian crises, and terrorist attacks. But is the 21st century landscape as bleak as it seems? Or are there extraordinary stories still waiting to be found in the most unlikely of places…such as the terrorist attacks of September 11th?

At first, there was nothing but fear and sadness to be found amongst the rubble of the worst terrorist attacks in American history. Then the true stories of survival that defy explanation, and heroic deeds that move one to tears, began to emerge from the ashes. Could it be that a greater number of miracles occurred on September 11th than on any other single day in history? And what deeper message lies in the accounts of the people who should have died that day, yet somehow, through the heroic deeds of strangers and unexplainable circumstances, lived to tell the tale? Join us on a fascinating search for heroes and miracles in the here and now.

Dove Review

This documentary will make the viewer think about miracles that might be happening around us in the worst of times. It takes the viewer into the lives of those who, by the miracles and the grace of God, survived the awful day of September 11, 2001. Many questions will come to mind about these miracles and heroes. But by watching this documentary you will become more informed about the people that survived that terrible day. Due to the mature themes of this documentary, Dove recommends it for ages twelve and up.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Violence of 9/11.
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Violence of 9/11.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Grizzly Adams Prod., Inc.
Director: David Priest
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 120 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe