Bummer Lamb

Nick MartineauBlog

When is weakness a strength? And when is strength a weakness? When you’re slammed at work with a mile-long to-do list, is it strength to work an eighty-hour work week? When struggling with an addiction, … Read More

Delirious & Grateful

Steve WeldonBlog

It’s 4:09 am on Thursday as I’m sitting in the back of the Ride 4 Refugees chase vehicle waiting to take my 2-hour segment of riding. I’m a mixture of being somewhat delirious and exceedingly grateful. Delirious … Read More

Fall: A Souper Time of Year

Charlie WellsBlog

I love Fall. It is hands-down my favorite season. Football, cooler weather, changing colors, anticipation of the holiday season and soup. I really like soup and really like an excuse to cook soup. To be … Read More

82.4 Million

Nick MartineauBlog

According to recent data shared by the UN Refugee Agency, 82.4 million people worldwide were forcibly displaced at the end of 2020 as a result of persecution, conflict, violence, human rights violations, or events seriously … Read More

Why All The Questions?

Nick MartineauBlog

With all the noise and distractions in our world, at Hope we have been trying to focus on Jesus. We have been trying to intentionally study Jesus’s heart for people and how He lived out … Read More

Most Disliked Word of 2021?

Nick MartineauBlog

What is your least favorite word? I just took more time than I should have to look at a list of the “Most Disliked Words of 2021.” The usual suspects made the list: phlegm, moist, … Read More

Erasing The Line

Nick MartineauBlog

Lines have been drawn. Do you see them? Do you feel them? Who drew them, anyway? What side of the line are you on? What side are they on? Are you sure you’re on the … Read More

Grace For Today

Nick MartineauBlog

It’s not hard these days to find something to worry about. Just spend five minutes on social media or watching the news, and you’ll be full of anxiety if you aren’t careful. Often, we tend … Read More

Dear Hopesters

Steve WeldonBlog

I was minding my own business when it all began with a rather odd phone message from a complete stranger. After coming across our 2018 Ride 4 Refugees website, this stranger really desired to speak … Read More

An Instrument of Peace

Nick MartineauBlog

Lately I’ve been praying The Peace Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi, which is more commonly known as The Prayer of St. Francis. The prayer reads: Lord make Me an instrument of Your peace Where … Read More