Thistle Hill is excited to announce a giveaway for two tickets to the upcoming movie, I Can Only Imagine. It just so happens to have a release date that lands on my mom’s birthday. What a great way to celebrate a women that was devoted to the Lord as much as Bart Millard, who wrote the song, Mercy Me.
This great giveaway is hosted by Mommy’s Playbook
& Sponsored By Propeller Consulting, LLC
MercyMe’s I Can Only Imagine is the most popular contemporary Christian song in history. While it is impossible to think of anyone who hasn’t heard the song, very few actually knew what inspired Bart Millard from MercyMe to write it. The film is the story of how Millard wrote the song after overcoming an abusive childhood, holding to his faith, and seeing God’s miracle of redemption.
Oh, I can’t wait to see the film AND I can’t wait to read the reviews! Victoria’s (Mommy’s Playbook) full movie review will appear HERE as soon as the film is released on Friday!
“I CAN ONLY IMAGINE” BY THE ERWIN BROTHERS
To Be Released In Theaters Nationwide By Roadside Attractions on March 16, 2018
Stars Dennis Quaid, Cloris Leachman, Trace Adkins,
Michael Finley, Priscilla Shirer and Madeline Carroll,
From Producers Kevin Downes, Cindy Bond and Daryl Lefeve
About the Film:
I Can Only Imagine features an all-star cast of Golden-Globe® nominee Dennis Quaid (The Day After Tomorrow, The Rookie, Soul Surfer), Oscar®-winner Cloris Leachman (The Iron Giant, The Last Picture Show, Young Frankenstein), platinum-selling country music legend Trace Adkins, author and actress Priscilla Shirer (War Room), Madeline Carroll (Mr. Poppers Penguins) and Broadway’s J. Michael Finley (“Les Miserables”).
The film brings to life the true story behind the song of ultimate hope, “I Can Only Imagine.” A transformed relationship with his troubled father inspired Bart Millard, the lead singer of the Christian band MercyMe, to write what is now the most-played radio single in Christian music history. The story beautifully illustrates that nobody is ever too far from God’s love — or too far from an eternal home in Heaven.
Will I dance for you Jesus, Or in awe of You be still
Will I stand in your presence, Or to my knees will I fall
Will I sing hallelujah
Will I be able to speak at all
I can only imagine, I can only imagine