New Family Movie Night Series: Change Of Plans Airs 1/8 (8 P.M. EST)

My husband just received the following email newsletter and forwarded it too me.

If you’re anything like me, you sometimes have a hard time finding quality entertainment that you can watch with your family. That’s why I am so excited to tell you about a new movie airing on Fox this Saturday night (8 PM, 7 Central), as part of Walmart and P&G’s Family Movie Night series.

Change of Plans tells the story of a young couple, Sally and Jason, whose lives are turned upside down when Sally’s best friend from college is killed in a tragic accident. Sally and Jason are forced to make some life-altering decisions when they discover that she has been named legal guardian to her friend’s four children, three of whom were adopted from third world countries. Change of Plans stars Brooke White (American Idol) and Phylicia Rashad (The Cosby Show) and according to the official website, portrays how “fulfilling life can be when you look beyond your own plans and invest in the lives of others.” What a great discussion starter for you to engage your kids around issues that are truly important.

To view a trailer for Change of Plans and to read more about the movie, visit the movie’s official website by clicking here.

Immediately following the movie, you can tune in to a live webcast sponsored by Chick-fil-A’s WinShape Foundation that features FamilyLife’s own Paul Pennington, Executive Director of Hope for Orphans, as he and other leaders answer questions about adoption. To learn more about the webcast, click here.

One other thing, you may also be interested in going to which will also be featured as part of Family Movie Night. This site, sponsored by our friends at the WinShape Foundation, is designed to give help and hope to marriages and populated with a lot of great articles and resources to help marriages and families. FamilyLife has stockpiled a number of our articles and resources at as a part of our partnership with Chick-fil-A’s WinShape Foundation.

Join me and take some time with your family this Saturday night to watch this important movie. It’s pro-family, pro-children, and pro-adoption – all things that are close to the heart of God. While you’re at it, invite your friends and family to do the same, and make sure you tune in to the webcast afterwards.

One Home at a Time,
Dennis Rainey


  1. says

    I watched it on Saturday and really liked it. I also loved the fact that it promoted adoption.


    The Proverbs Wife Reply:


    I planned all week to watch it and still forgot to set my DVR. I hope to catch it in the future or on Hulu. I can’t wait to see what’s next from the series.


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