Adapted from Janette Oke's novel and sequel to "Love Comes Softly", "Love's Enduring Promise" is a heartwarming tale of the true meaning of love. The film takes places in a rural area, where Missie Davis (January Jones) is a farmhand. Not only is she focused on her chores, but Missie is also a dedicated teacher at the local schoolhouse. However, there is one thing, or rather one person, who's presence makes Missie go weak at the knees. He is none other than a handsome railroad heir by the name of Grant (MacKenzie Astin). Then one day, a mysterious stranger named Willie (Logan Bartholomew) sets foot in town. Missy is intrigued by Willie, as he appears to be Grant' complete opposite: dark and moody with a troubled past. Missie is torn between these two men, she will have to learn to follow her heart to figure out what she finds truly important. Given that "Love's Enduring Promise" is Christian fiction, the content of this film is suitable for a general audience. The film promotes good values such as love, honor, courage, faith and forgiveness.