This was the best Super Bowl commercial:
Well, I certainly teared up, but my cynic husband said “Bummer it was a Dodge. They make [skuablon-y] trucks”.
Love the message; don’t love that it’s used to sell a car.
Thanks for sharing this-I DID miss it. Our family took one look at the halftime show and the go daddy commercials, and put a family movie into the bluray. #sorryImissedit
While the words were true, Paul Harvey got too sappy and sentimental with such things. The best commercial was the Wheat Thins one with the Yeti. Hilarious.
I don’t get why people like this commercial or cry over it.
Great spot! Loved it. By the way, “RAM will contribute up to $1,000,000 to the National FFA Foundation based on the views of the video and activity on the website.” Just FYI.
Too bad it’s sacreligious.
@ AL – that was my thought, well produced commercial, but completely untrue Biblically.
that was my thought, well produced commercial, but completely untrue Biblically
Seriously? Do you people lack something called imagination. Yes, we are all aware that there’s no 8th day creation of the farmer — but that doesn’t make it sacrilegious. This Calvinist nitpicking is what gives Calvinism a bad name.
Yea…dodge is the worst car brand on the planet.
I can’t believe I missed that commercial. It kinda makes me want to be a farmer.
Too bad these types of farmers are practically non-existant now. Farming is a corporate, high-tech industry today that bears little resemblance to the images in this commercial. Family farmers can feed their families, but they can’t feed the world.
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Kevin DeYoung is senior pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan, near Michigan State University. He and his wife Trisha have six young children. You can follow him on Twitter.