Check out what movie critics said after watching TO JOEY, WITH LOVE. And then be sure to see it in theaters while you can and order the DVD today! (Available in stores beginning December 20)

"I walked away with a greater appreciation for the brevity of life and with a goal of loving those around me even more."
Christian Examiner
"The documentary follows country duo Joey+Rory’s inspiring story of faith, unconditional love, and deep family ties as they faced many unexpected challenges. The Feek family’s strength and resilience, even after the untimely death of Joey, has captured the hearts of millions across the globe."
Country Fancast
"If a picture is worth 1,000 words, Rory Feek’s TO JOEY, WITH LOVE is worth millions ..."
Angela Stefano,
"TO JOEY, WITH LOVE is a powerful, emotionally charged documentary. It beautifully illustrates the love between two people and the unconditional love of God."
"The film will inspire you to love deeper, and to grab every opportunity in every moment."
Christianity Today
"What I found most encouraging is that even when things were the bleakest, the Feeks were not about to let their trials get the best of them."
Bob Waliszewski, Plugged In / Focus on the Family
"TO JOEY, WITH LOVE, the story of Joey's battle with cancer and her ultimate homecoming, gives those facing the same challenges hope that even in their darkest hours there is beauty and joy to focus on and faith that God has prepared a beautiful eternity for them no matter the outcome."
Roger McCoy, 99 Kiss Country
"TO JOEY, WITH LOVE is that gentle reminder that we all need. Life is short. No one is promised tomorrow and the simple joys in life are the things that are right in front of us. Our family, our children, our friends. Sometimes we all need that reminder."
Mommy's Gone Shopping Again Blog
"The movie leaves viewers with an urgency to live every day as if it is a gift, thank God for what He has given, and enjoy the simple moments of life."
"Watching To Joey, With Love one can't help but sense that the grace and peace they found in their moments of need was almost supernatural."
Bob Waliszewski, Plugged In / Focus on the Family
"You'll laugh, you'll cry, and, if the couple's hope is made complete, you'll draw closer to the God of the universe who loves us in our joy and in our pain."
Christian Cinema
"Rory has crafted a film that is so much more than a moving tribute to his wife and family. This is a movie that reminds you of the importance of family. It reminds you of why you should cherish the simple things in life. The biggest takeaway is to have faith that love will carry you through anything."
Wide Open Country