Christmas Specials Wiki
Christmas Specials Wiki

Christmas Child is a direct-to-video movie that is "a Max Lucado story", released on November 4, 2004.


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Jack is an unhappy man who goes in search of his past. He was adopted and wants to find his birth parents. His search takes him to a small Texas town, where he befriends many of the locals.


Title Performed by
"Jingle Bells" Janet Rutland
"Baby, It's Cold Outside"
"O Come, O Come Emmanuel"
"God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"
"Love Theme Op. 2"
"Five Pound Box of Money" Deniece Williams
"Silent Night"
"Promise of Christmas"
The Mersh Bros.
"Western Town Christmas" Wade Quinton
Bach's "In Dulci Jubilo"
Handel's Messiah: I-IV-XIII. "Pastoral"
"The Twelve Days of Christmas"
"I Hate This Time of Year" Jeff Rindt
Handel's Messiah: II-VII-XLIV. "Hallelujah" (Chorus)
"The First Noel"
Medley: "Joy to the World"/
"Angels We Have Heard on High"
Steven Curtis Chapman
"Silent Night"
"We Three Kings"
Tom Hemby
Beethoven's Symphony #3 (Eroica) Budapest Film Orchestra
"Away in a Manger"
"We Wish You a Merry Christmas"
"Country Waltz, Op. 1"


Actor Character
William R. Moses Jack
Tara Pettus Bank Clerk
Megan Follows Meg
Linda Beale Janice
Deniece Williams Jazz Singer
Jessica Dyer Rebecca
Jeremiah Diamond Craig
Billy Paul Dan
Warren Danskin Mr. Hunt
Dennis Letts Judge
Muse Watson Sheriff
Tony Jamar Willy
Arthur Robinson Mr. Myers
Juli Erikson Mr. Schneider
Grant James Joe
Steven Curtis Chapman Michael
Mary Donnelly Haskell Cindy
Vicki Taylor Ross Naomi
Wilma Cummins Venna
Paul Newsom Charles
Lynette Bennett Ann
Parker Vincent Sam
Jeff Huston Ted
Davis Mitchell Joseph
Marlene Martindale Deborah
Janecia Love Narrator
Gabriel Dao Inn Keeper
Deanna Ghali Grace
Lee Hilliard
Jim Chapman
Michael Lusk
Craig Morris
Rebecca McCauley Vanessa
Tom Newman Ottolman
Robin Brooks Sullivan Heather
Brandy Farah Carmen
Tom Lester DJ for KCOW

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