The new faith-based film “Everyday Miracles” about a pastor’s son who’s running away from his past will be be released on Sept. 1
The inspirational story of a reluctant faith healer named Cotton (Erik Smith), who tries to escape his troubled past by working as a ranch hand for a widower (Gary Cole) and his young daughter. Over time, Cotton becomes a part of their family and falls in love with local girl (Zoe Perry) who works on the ranch, giving him hope that he may have finally found a place to call home. Cotton’s dreams are threatened when his past catches up with him and some people will stop at nothing to misuse his miraculous gift.
EVERYDAY MIRACLES was produced by James J. Bagley & Tom Tangen. Co-Producers are John Rogers, Michael Donahue, Ray Michaels Quiroga, Tara Lonzo, Andres Agazaryan and Janet Winchell. Associate Producers are Frank Mora, Michael Quiroga, Jimmy Dux, Liz Rodriguez and Fernando Gonzalez.