Alone Yet Not Alone

Written by WMCN Editor on . Posted in Local

aloneAlone Yet Not Alone is a movie based on the true story of a German family during the French and Indian War.

After leaving their native Germany, the deeply religious family settled near Penns Creek in picturesque Central Pennsylvania. The family worked hard and crops were abundant in this fertile area, and they never forgot to thank God for His provision.

But the family’s lives were changed forever when the Delaware Indians broke into their home, killing the father, setting fire to the home and taking captive the two sisters, Barbara and Regina.

The movie follows Barbara and Regina and the atrocities they saw and suffered at the hands of their captors. After the sisters are separated, the movie mainly focuses on Barbara and her experiences living as a Delaware Indian.

Despite everything she had seen and experienced, Barbara never lost her faith in God. The words of the song her mother often sang, “Alone, Yet Never Alone” gave her strength to persevere.

We found the movie to be a refreshing story of God’s faithfulness. This story reminds us that despite how difficult our circumstances may seem, God is faithful and we are never alone.

Watch the trailer….

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