Here is a story about renewing hope when hope is lost. Jerry McDonald (Troy McKay) is a widower and is raising his ten year old daughter, Tyler (Kasse McDonald). He is best friends with Miles Worth (Phillip DeVona) and Miles is his partner in tennis. Their goal is to win a tournament, especially against the Golant Brothers. Jerry doesn’t have the confidence he needs but things improve when he meets a young woman named Sam (Michelle Gunn) at work and they like each other. She believes in him and before he knows it Jerry is opening his heart up for the first time since his wife died of breast cancer some three years before.
Just when everything is going his way, Jerry stumbles and loses his new self confidence. This leads to a decision he must make–should he forget about Sam since he feels he is not worthy of her, or is she the shot in the arm he desperately needs to move forward in his life? The quote, “No guts, no glory” is one of the focus points of the movie. We are pleased to award this inspirational story our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages twelve plus. This one reminds the viewer that hope must be kept alive!