Actress Jennifer Garner is starring in a faith-based film, Miracles From Heaven, produced by Bishop T.D. Jakes. Though she had put her faith on the back-burner since being in Hollywood, she said returning to church at the Bishop's church was "a direct gift from this movie and for that I'm very grateful."
Now Garner and Bishop T.D. Jakes are out promoting the movie and talking about what miracles mean to them. "I'm so in line with the way this movie talks about miracles, that miracles happen everyday, they happen all around your life and if you don't appreciate the little ones then you're just letting miracles go by," Garner told The Christian Post.
"So, somebody that you don't get along with becoming one of your closes friends, a sunrise, a baby being born, a perfect avocado, they're all miracles!" Garner shared.
The Bishop chimed in with his own definition: "I think a miracle is an occurrence for which we can take no human credit for. In it's simplest form it is the things in our lives that benefit us and are somehow yet beyond us."
Miracles From Heaven is set to open today. It's about how Garner's character, a mother who's daughter had a near-death experience and was cured from a terrible condition, comes to believe in miracles. We hope it has a great reception at the box office!