It's official! Have a Little Faith has been made into a major made-for-television movie. It aired Sunday, November 27 on ABC at 9|8c. Filmed in Detroit and even at Pilgrim Church, home to the late Pastor Henry Covington, the film stars Laurence Fishburne, Martin Landau, and Brad Whitford.
Click here to see photos and videos from the star-studded charity premiere held in Detroit in November 2011, benefitting A Hole in the Roof Foundation and the Rabbi Albert Lewis Fund.
Have a Little Faith and Anika Noni Rose nominated for 2011 NAACP Image Awards!
"A lovely, earnest exploration of faith and a rare holiday recognition that every religion demands more from us than cards and toys." --USA Today
"[Hallmark Hall of Fame’s] new production of Mitch Albom's book Have A Little Faith is one of their best productions ever...An engrossing story, true emotional impact, and some of the best performances seen on TV this year." --The Huffington Post
"From the street-wise spiritual insight of Covington, to Lewis’ timeless wisdom, to the touching eulogy Albom delivers at the end of the film, Have a Little Faith is often both inspiring and moving, sometimes in surprising ways." --Beliefnet
Challenging. Engaging. Entertaining. Thought provoking. --Catholic.org
Have a Little Faith: Video Playlist
Have a Little Faith Film Trailer
Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith premieres Sunday, November 27 on ABC at 9/8 c.
A Hallmark Hall of Fame production, it star Laurence Fihburne, Bradley Whitford, and Martin Landau. Jon Avnet directs.
Inspiration Behind the Film
Meet the men of Have a Little Faith and the actors who brought them to life on screen