Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Your Love Never Fails is a lightweight romantic drama that champions family togetherness and simple rural values. Originally aired as a Hallmark Channel TV movie, it's an earnest, wholesome film from beginning to end. The issue at hand is an impending divorce and disputed child custody arrangements. Life in the big city (New York) is contrasted with life on a ranch in Texas. The child involved is well-adjusted, well-loved, and never in danger. A minister appears in several scenes and offers spiritual references to the Bible and its lessons about marriage.
Some warm kisses between husband and wife.
Promotes family as life's number one priority: "The only thing that truly matters is who you love." Cites biblical passages on marriage as a lifetime union consisting of husband, wife, child, and God. A rural environment is portrayed as a highly desirable antidote to the fast-paced materialism of the big city.
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