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|Love's Everlasting Courage|
|Written by||Kevin Bocarde|
|Directed by||Bradford May|
|Music by||Brian Byrne|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer||Robert Halmi Jr.|
|Editor||Jennifer Jean Cacavas|
|Running time||88 minutes|
|Production company||RHI Entertainment|
|Original network||Halmark Channel|
Love's Everlasting Courage is a 2011 American made-for-television Christian drama film. It premiered October 1, 2011 and is the second prequel of the Love Comes Softly series of Hallmark Channel films which depicts life in the mid-to-late 19th century. It has the alternate title Love's Resounding Courage.
During a drought in the 1800s, Clark Davis is having difficulty making payments on a loan. His well is dry and he is unable to find water while drilling other wells. Clark is transporting water from a river for his livestock and garden. His wife Ellen takes a job as a seamstress to help pay off the loan. She gets afflicted with scarlet fever and dies. Their daughter Missie causes a fire and burns down part of their cabin. The movie ends with Clark receiving financial help from his parents Lloyd and Irene.
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- "Love's Everlasting Courage". Hallmark Drama. Retrieved January 6, 2020.
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