An ULTRA MARATHON… and an EXTRAORDINARY Movie. A conversation with Extraordinary star Shari Rigby

An ULTRA MARATHON… and an EXTRAORDINARY Movie. A conversation with Extraordinary star Shari Rigby

By Nancy Carmichael

Misfits come in all shapes in sizes.  
Sometimes they don’t look like misfits at all.

Sometime, on the outside, they look like beautiful models turned actresses, who star in movies that are about to be released on September 7th.  

But our guest on this week’s podcast assures me, she fits in with the “I don’t always feel I fit in crowd”, despite her impressive resume as an author, actor, director and model.  
So we gave her a pass and let her in, because, after all, our little Isle is all about hospitality.  

The Misfit in question is Shari Rigby, who was gracious enough to hang around for a delightful chat about a variety of topics, including but not limited to the difference between Casting Crowns and Mercy Me (is there a difference, really? Listen, and you’ll find out) the importance of transparency, speaking life into our loved ones and of course, the movie Extraordinary, in which she has a leading role, along with several other notable names, including Kirk Cameron and Karen Abercrombie (from War Room… don’t you just love her?).  What’s the movie about?  Well, for one thing, you know it has a lot to live up to, given its title. It’s about running a race.  But not just any, ordinary race, oh no… And not just one kind of race… we’re talking allegories here, cause after all,  that’s what movies are all about, am I right?  But most of all, I think you’ll agree, it’s a pretty extraordinary story.  Oh, and did I mention it’s a TRUE story?  

So yeah, that’s all I’m going to give you.  To get more… you know what to do…. See how I am?

Watch the trailer here.

Learn more about Extraordinary here.

And learn more about Shari Rigby here.

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