We live in a constantly connected world. It’s not a bad thing necessarily, but I think we have lost the art of being still. I catch myself sitting on the couch at night watching TV and scrolling my phone.
Within the rubble and ruins of war-torn Iraq, Pope Francis has implored the nation’s downtrodden people to never give up.
Social distancing, restrictions, unemployment..our world has changed. But one thing has not – the love of God for humanity expressed through his son, Jesus.
When you’re going through dark valleys in your journey through life, there is a Shepherd who is with you, whose peace, mercies and grace pursue you.
Thinking about life’s biggest questions was the heart and passion of the late Ravi Zacharias. We discuss how to find hope and meaning in a difficult world.
Sometimes, it’s really hard to see a visual of what hope does in our lives. What light does. When we are going through a dark, hard time, it can feel like everything is drab and dark and plain.
When we’re seeing people through God’s love and hope-filled eyes, people are no longer an inconvenience, but walking miracles.
It isn’t a secret this year has been a challenging year for many people, our family included. We along with many others have faced long term unemployment, uncertainty with housing, severe financial stress and the resulting relational strain that all that causes…..Stay with me, I call my blog Essential Hope and this isn’t currently very […]
God hears you and all of your thoughts and worries. You can put your hope and trust in Him that He will sustain you and never leave you.
Sharing hope on social media is super simple and an incredible opportunity in our current circumstances. Here’s 8 steps to guide you through.