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Tag: biblical hope

Red-Letter Words for Red-Letter Days

We all have special days – birthdays, wedding days, and special occasions. For centuries, certain dates have been printed in red on the calendar to indicate they were distinct and worth celebrating. That’s why we call special events... Read More »

Are You Not More Valuable Than They?

It was a complete surprise – a wonderfully sweet surprise.  We were expecting our second baby! In a time riddled with trials, it seemed God had finally given us something to rejoice over.  While at the doctor visits, we glimpsed the... Read More »

Learning Value and Finding Dignity through Loss

Nothing makes a person consider the true value and dignity of life than being slapped in the face with the reality of loss. On my phone, there is a photograph…one that I catch a glimpse of everyday – sometimes intentionally, sometim... Read More »

Pinning Our Hope on God’s Covenant Promises

“Theological hope is a hope for relational union with God.”1 In her recent book Daring to Hope,2 Katie-Davis Majors tells a story about inviting Katherine—a sick, widowed mother of five—into her home in Uganda to assist her with car... Read More »

Godly Grief and the Joy of the Lord

Editor’s Note: At the time of writing this article, Kelsey’s mother, Kelly, was in the final weeks of her battle with cancer. Last evening, September 10th, her mother passed away and entered into presence of the Christ. We hope ... Read More »

How to Lay Hold of Lasting Hope

Hope: The Anchor for Your Soul What an anchor provides for a ship, hope provides for the soul. Both provide necessary stability amidst the storms of life, something to hold on to should you find yourself floundering in the ditch of despair.... Read More »