How much is one life lost but found for eternity worth?
God of Hope is searching the global internet for “persons of peace” (Luke 10:6) to join the Hope Circle. “Persons of peace” bring honor to the name of Jesus by faithfully sharing in a gentle and respectful way the testimony of Jesus that there is but one true God and helping someone experience the peace of having Jesus in their lives, being reconciled with God and having the hope of eternal life.
Be a Hope Circle “person of peace.” Pray for, listen to and walk with one non-religious family member, friend or acquaintance who is in crisis, doesn’t know God is real or there is life after death and tell them stories about Jesus, who he is, what he did, why it matters and why you believe.
Today's Stop and ThinkSTOP AND THINK - To be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others. (Nelson Mandela, late president of South Africa)
When we think of freedom, we’re often thinking of it as a personal right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” In other words, we’re proud and pleased that we have personal freedom from bondage. Mandela, having suffered imprisonment for his political views, understood that we must be equally considered that all citizens can enjoy freedom.
It is for freedom that Christ has set us free (Galatians 5:1).
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"God of Hope is a compelling series of stories that bear witness to the presence and power of God, who is our hope. The creative retelling of the biblical story is historically accurate and theologically faithful."
Dr. Mark Roberts
Executive Director, Max DePree Center for Leadership
Fuller Theological Seminary