What is Hope Worth to You?
Around this time of year, we hear the word “hope” almost everywhere we go.
We hear it in Christmas carols and commercials, in slogans, taglines, and cards. We hear it preached from pulpits and find it tucked within the pages of Scripture.
But what does true hope really look like? And what is it worth to you?
Is it worth changing the way you live your life, or how you give, or how you choose to spend your time? Can hope really change the world?
I’d like to invite you to take a few minutes of your time to explore this idea with me.
I recently had the honor of sharing a message on hope to my friends at Atlantic Shores Baptist Church in Virginia Beach. This is a dedicated group of people who are passionately committed to sharing the hope that has been given to them with a world in need. I pray that by listening today, you will be inspired to do the same.
Join me right now to learn how this radical idea of hope can transform the way we look at the world and how you can become someone whose life is defined by the hope that you give.
One incredible way you can share the hope this Christmas is by giving a gift that can really make a difference for someone in need.
Through our Gifts of Hope initiative, you can purchase an endless range of effective, sustainable gifts for impoverished people all around the world.
- $5 can give a persecuted believer their very first copy of God’s Word
- $50 can provide life-saving immunizations for at-risk children
- $72 can give a wheelchair to someone with special needs
- $175 can purchase a sewing machine for a vocational school graduate to help support themselves
- $15,000 can build a deep bore well, providing clean water for an entire community
The possibilities for impact are endless. And it doesn’t matter the size of your gift—lives will be changed if you choose to act!
I believe with all my heart that the message of hope we have can change the world . . . one child, one family, one church, one community, and one nation at a time.
Join me in being an agent of hope this Christmas season.