The Girl Who Believes in Miracles

Theatrical Release: April 2, 2021
DVD Release: December 14, 2021
The Girl Who Believes in Miracles


When young Sara hears a preacher say faith can move mountains, she starts praying. Suddenly, people in her town are mysteriously healed — but fame soon takes its toll.

Dove Review

Most Christians like the concept of believing that mustard-seed faith can move mountains, but few dare to put such a radical thought to practice. Yet, there’s Sara, a young girl who talks to God in the most simple, but assured ways. Once Sara physically sees God at her grandfather’s lake, her faith grows even stronger—so strong that God uses her to perform all sorts of miracles on those in her community. Now, the blind can see. The lame can walk. Those struck with life-threatening illnesses are instantly restored.

Word catches quickly, creating a media rage that threatens to dismantle the genuine heart of Sara’s mission from God. However, flashing lights and microphones must take a backseat when a sudden, aggressive brain tumor strikes Sara. The town must grasp onto the mustard-seed faith they’ve witnessed in Sara, truly believing that prayer and God’s power can do the impossible.

This faith-based film challenges viewers to practice what they preach, to embody Scripture that dares us to believe that God’s power, His authority in heaven and on earth, knows no limits. While some language and intense scenes aren’t meant for small children, Girl Who Believes in Miracles reminds Christians to step into the Holy Spirit’s power, a tool we can access in the most ordinary places, as we allow God to do extraordinary.

Due to these positive faith and integrity elements, this film is Dove-approved for Ages 12+.

The Dove Take

Girl Who Believes in Miracles serves as the perfect reminder that faith in Jesus, if only the size of a mustard seed, can truly move mountains.

Content Description

Faith: Sara’s assurance in Jesus’ everyday presence and power to perform miracles revolutionizes an entire town’s faith.
Integrity: Strong themes of bravery, sacrifice, forgiveness, and selflessness
Sex: Sara jokes about her brother and his girlfriend kissing
Language: “What the h***?”, “sucks”, “stupid”, “butt”, and other mild name-calling and threats
Violence: A bully is overly aggressive during a soccer game, knocking over other players. Blood is seen after a dog is hit by a car.
Drugs: One scene includes a teenager smoking.
Nudity: None
Other: Several intense scenes regarding sickness and death, kids caught stealing.


Company: Trailmaker Productions
Director: Richard Correll
Genre: Drama Family Inspirational
Runtime: 100 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Peyton G.