Jesus Isn’t Afraid of the Dark

Nick MartineauBlog

Are you afraid of the dark? Nightlights have been around for as long as history has been recorded; before electricity people would regularly use candles or oil lamps to illuminate their homes. Burning candles by … Read More

An Invitation

Mark HersheyBlog

Has this Fall season felt packed full for you? Do you wonder when/if things will slow down? The pace of 2020 was a lot slower due to the pandemic. But this year things have definitely … Read More

Who Likes A Party?

Nick MartineauBlog

The days move fast and every once in a while, it’s important for us to stop and take some time to recognize what the Lord is doing among us. This coming week marks One Year … Read More

What Is Worship?

Charlie WellsBlog

As you know, Pastor Aaron and his family are being called to Dallas after this school year, which means we have started the search for a new worship pastor for Hope. We are incredibly grateful … Read More

Grace Is Out To Kill Us

Nick MartineauBlog

The Scriptures are full of paradoxes, and one of the most challenging for me is the paradox of life and death. Throughout Jesus’ teachings, He calls us to die daily, explaining that through our death … Read More

Jesus Wept

Nick MartineauBlog

Jesus wept. We see in Scripture that Jesus cried actual tears. Have you ever stopped to think about what Jesus must have been feeling while he cried? In the eleventh chapter of John, we see … Read More

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