Karen Kingsbury is my absolute favorite author, I’ve read over 40 of her novels! When I heard she was working with Affirm Films to turn her book, A Thousand Tomorrows into a mini series for Pure Flix, I was so excited. I read the book many years ago and couldn’t wait to see it come to life on the screen. Many thanks to Pure Flix for providing a screener of the mini series for this review. Opinions are 100% my own.
About A Thousand Tomorrows
The series is about Cody Gunnar, a nationally-renowned bull rider who is cocky, brash and a legend among his peers. On track to the top, Cody has rejected everything about his past – his famous father, hurting mother and every woman who ever came along. His heart only has room for his younger brother, Carl Joseph. That’s when barrel racer Ali Daniels enters his life. Only God knows how many tomorrows they will have together. Can Cody and Ali make the most of their time in the dangerous and competitive rodeo world?
It’s a show about redemption, forgiveness, devotion and transformation. Cody and Ali find a love so rare and so powerful and they make the most of everyday they have with each other. The acting is very well done. The actors have a great chemistry making their relationships believable.
I was specifically asked to share my thoughts about Episode 6, the final episode of the series. That is difficult to do without giving too much away. I want you to experience this for yourself. First, have tissues ready, I cried a few times.
Cody, Ali, and their families are dealing with a lot of change, especially in episode 5. By episode 6 life is moving on for everyone in different ways. Facing death, even with the hope of Heaven is difficult. Moving on after losing your spouse is incredibly difficult. Holding on to the promises of God and taking one day at a time is the best way to walk through difficult times. A Thousand Tomorrows is a love story for the ages and shows real sacrifice and loyalty in the face of insurmountable odds. Watch it on Pure Flix Now
About Pure Flix
Pure Flix is your home for faith and family-friendly movies and shows where you can confidently stream with the entire family. With new premium and exclusive original entertainment choices every week, you can strengthen your faith and family with Pure Flix – a streaming service that inspires, uplifts and entertains.
I’m giving away a 3 month subscription to Pure Flix streaming service. Please do not enter if you have won in the past 6 months. Winners must also be US residents.
Kim Wilson says
This sounds really good