From #1 New York Times best-selling author Karen Kingsbury, only God knows how many tomorrows we have left. In the dangerous and competitive rodeo world, how will Cody and Ali make the most of their time together? Find out in the new show A Thousand Tomorrows exclusively on Pure Flix! Keep reading for my A Thousand Tomorrows review of Episode 5, and a giveaway!
A Thousand Tomorrows is 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.
A Thousand Tomorrows stars:
Colin Ford as Cody Gunnar (Daybreak, Murmur, The Hill, Captain Marvel)
Rose Reid as Ali Daniels (Sweet Sweet Summertime, A Welcome Home Christmas, Surprised By Oxford)
Cole Sibus – Carl Joseph (Stumptown, Spare Room)
Anne Leighton – Sarah Daniels (NCIS, God’S Not Dead: A Light In Darkness, S.W.A.T., Unhinged)
Kate Easton – Mary Gunnar (Faith Under Fire)
KC Clyde – Mike Gunnar (Yellowstone, Yes Day)
CK Bolado – Dalton
James Austin Kerr – Trey (A Country Romance, Reagan, Our Dream Wedding)
Triana Browne – Lydia (Walker, Love At The Christmas Contest)
James Healy Jr. – Daryl Daniels (Love At The Christmas Contest, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Love On Repeat, Trial By Fire)
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A Thousand Tomorrows Review
A Thousand Tomorrows started streaming exclusively on Pure Flix on February 24. There is a new episode every Friday. Today, I’m going to be talking about Episode 5.
In episode 5, Cody and Ali take leaps of faith for each other and their future. The themes for this episode include salvation, how faith can help us in the worst of times, taking a leap of faith, making a sacrifice, and that Jesus is in control.
Episode 5 begins with Cody and Carl Joseph as kids helping their mom prep for Christmas while their dad is out at the bar. Fast forward to the present – Cody and Ali are enjoying the traditional Christmas celebrations.
They are now spending more and more time together on the ranch. This gives Ali a chance to share her faith with Cody and he starts to wonder and question how can she believe so easily.
Ali, who has cystic fibrous, suffers a major coughing fit. It really scares Cody, because although he knew she was sick, he had never seen her so sick.
Cody asks Ali’s father for her hand in marriage and received his blessing. Then he was shocked to be told she’s dying. Her only hope was a lung transplant.
A Thousand Tomorrows Review
After that, Cody does the only thing he can do. He goes to get tested to see if he’s a donor match for Ali. And he is!
While planning their wedding, Ali urges Cody to forgive his father and invite him to the wedding.
After the successful transplant, they get married!
Karen Kingsbury’s A Thousand Tomorrows is a love story for the ages and shows real sacrifice and loyalty in the face of insurmountable odds.
I loved this episode of A Thousand Tomorrows! Entertaining and heart warming at the same time. Totally family friendly, too! I loved the warm relationships that Cody and Ali have with their families. This episode didn’t have any rodeo scenes, but others do. I’m excited to watch the rest of the episodes!
Watch A Thousand Tomorrows now streaming exclusively on Pure Flix!
For more information, visit the A Thousand Tomorrows website.
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THE 9 CHRISTIAN VALUES THAT CHANGE LIVES
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Disclosure: Many thanks to Pure Flix for providing a sample of the product for this review (an online screener). Opinions are 100% my own.