Against All Hope

In Jesus we have been given both a living and eternal hope. Life's disappointments can challenge and even steal our hope. We are encouraged by Abraham and Sarah's story that "against all hope, Abraham in hope believed God." This 8-part series explores those tensions and how we can navigate them.

Carolyn Cofield | April 15 2018

Holding On to Hope

We live in a broken world and no one is exempt from pain. But pain has a purpose. We walk through pain in victory, giving God the glory as a testimony to the next generation. Out of disappointment comes divine appointments. God is hope for the hopeless and His grace is greater than our grief.

Katie Egli | April 1 2018

Victory Over Death: Hope in the Resurrection

Through Jesus' resurrection, we have been given freedom from the enemy's strongholds, courage to face adversity, and confidence to believe in things unseen. As the people of God, we now live with joy-filled hope because of Christ's victory over death.

Tim Gustafson | March 25 2018

Hope Through the Wounds of the Church

Tim tells his life story in hopes that others will see God at work in their own personal story, receiving healing and deliverance from the brokenness of their hurts and wounds from leaders in the church.

Adam Cox | March 18 2018

Seeing With Hope

What happens in our hearts affects how we see. Disappointment can lead to hopelessness that blinds us from seeing the hope of our calling. This message from the Road to Emmaus in Luke 24 invites the light of hope to fill the eyes of our heart until we are able to see Jesus again in our journey.

Joseph Steinke | March 11 2018

Becoming Lifelong Learners: The Utopian Flaw

Joe Steinke offers an encouraging exhortation that features insights on how to curate a healthy learning culture in our marriages, families, households, spiritual communities and organizations. Prezi link: http://prezi.com/0qscq1unb1me/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

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Laura Cardwell | March 4 2018

Take My Hand: Hope In Loss

Hope comes from trust in God. Sometimes we think understanding will bring hope. When we experience loss and pain, God does not condemn us but invites us to take His hand and trust in his goodness.

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