17 films from the resume of T.C. Christensen, creator of '17 miracles'

Published: Wednesday, March 6 2013 8:39 a.m. MST

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This 2008 short film follows the life of pioneer John Rowe Moyle. In 1856, Moyle and his family left England, crossed the plains with the Ellsworth handcart company to eventually settled in Alpine, Utah. Soon after their arrival Moyle was called by Brigham Young to work as a stone mason on the Salt Lake Temple. For 20 years he walked the 22 miles to Salt Lake City to chisel his deepest convictions into granite. Even after an accident caused him to lose his leg, John continued his sojourn to the temple site each week until his death. Today his handiwork can be seen on the east side of the Temple where he carved the words, “Holiness to the Lord.”

Christensen served as the writer, producer and director of this film.
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OlderGreg
USA, CA

Where is Pioneer Miracle? I believe it is even better than some of his older work mentioned here.

twelvestringsam
Orem, UT

I have seen every one of his movies. I am impressed with the vision and quality of all of his movies. Each has a story containing time tested values. I knew when 17 Miracles was released, and I read that T.C.Christensen was behind the project, it would be great, and it was.
Thank you Mr. Christensen.
DanH

UteNationAlum
Cottonwood Heights, UT

The Buttercreme Game... That takes me back to my childhood! Thanks Bro. Christensen!

BYUalum
South Jordan, UT

Christensen is brilliant in everything he touches. Thank you for maintaining integrity in all your films. We hope many more films are in the works.

It would be wonderful to have all of these for sale in a set of some kind.

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