After climbing Pampa High School's popularity chain, taking her volleyball team to the State championship and founding the school's first drugs, alcohol, and violence-free club, Amy Newhouse must now fight the biggest battle of her life - cancer.
Her open heart to the people of her school now sparks a passionate rally from the community around her. However, this passion dwindles as her cancer metastasizes. Her cancer appears to miraculously heal, but just as it seems the community has prevailed and the battle won, Amy discovers the deadly disease has returned and is incurable.
Her prayers for healing continue, but with the seemingly dried-up support of her community, and an apparent "no" from God, Amy contemplates facing the one battle she cannot win. As her health wanes, she reflects upon God\'s tender love at Pampa High, the exponential growth of her club, and the redemption of her school of the once-rampant violence, drugs, and alcohol that she so passionately fought against. Through it all, God proves to doubters that regardless of the circumstances, He has a "Greater Yes" for His children.
This was an ok movie. The main character seemed a little too good to be true which made the film a little less believable. I did really enjoy a couple of the characters though. The ending was also a bit unrealistic... but overall I enjoyed watching it. It does have a good message and it is 100% family friendly. A Greater Yes would make an excellent movie for a youth group or church function.