At last: a glimpse into the film, Many Beautiful Things, via the trailer. A taste of things to come!
When/how will the general public be able to view this? Thank you so much for your contributions to sharing her works with us.
I have watched it again and again–ears flowing and goosebumps! It is magnificent! Thank you!
Oh Tina! I love your enthusiasm. You have “been there” from the beginning pressing me onward with your trust and belief that Lilias should be shared. You were visionary – and I just plodded along. So grateful to join so many others that have been a crucial part of the journey of resurrecting Lilias for today. So thank you!
I have watched it again and again–tears flowing and goosebumps! It is magnificent! Thank you!
This is marvelous news! I have been prodiundly impacted, challenged, inspired, and comforted by her story and the materials you have published by and about her. She is truly a kindred spirit and thus, so are you. Thank you!
Laura Bouffiou Jacobson
How did I miss that typo? Profoundly!
Thank you, Laura, for your encouragement. I know that you will enjoy seeing her art “come alive” as, hopefully, will her continued legacy.
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I am so excited about this. I loved reading the life story of Lilias Trotter (it was partly responsible for the opening of The Merge Coffeehouse http://lisawomble.com/2014/05/24/how-we-ended-up-with-a-coffeehouse-the-merge/). Her artwork is so inspiring. I hope many more people are made aware of her legacy through this film.
I am so excited about this. Praying many are blessed and inspired as they learn of her work and her story.
Thank you, Lisa. I know that you appreciate Lilias’s ministry and legacy. I pray that other people lives will be touched by this visualization of her life – and art
This is wonderful news! It has been quite a while since I last checked on your beautiful blog here and what do I find but a new movie has been produced about Lilias! I’m so excited. Hoping it will come to California soon. I will google to find out more. Or better yet, be available on DVD for purchase at some point. Sara
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