We do not feel secure. We do not feel valued or relevant. Our lives feel out of control or chaotic. We lack a sense of meaning and purpose. We feel overlooked and forgotten. Instead of turning to God for value and security, because we doubt His existence or His ability to save us or reject His requirements, we turn to other things and hope they will deliver us. Continue Reading →
Part of my “dark world” really started when I was 14 when I started drinking and drugging. Throughout high school, I partied a lot – like way, way too much. Growing up I was insecure and I just found that I could disappear through alcoholism. My problems continued when I went to Temple University and got into a really bad fight with a guy – a fight that eventually led to me dropping out of college. Continue Reading →
A father-and-son team from West Chester, PA are on a mission to publish 10,500 inspiring stories of hope, promoting the great work of charities like New Life Furniture of Cincinnati OH.
You can browse our collection of stories by city, by type of adversity, by video, by organization, and demographic. Please enjoy and share your story today!
In the summer of 2014, we will begin to publish posts on our Dear God, Hope Reflections, Cities and Stories Radio, and Our Beautiful Tragedies blogs to encourage the hurting.
Or can all good business strategy and techniques be summarized by one phrase – “Love your neighbor as yourself”? We will have fun with our “Love Your Neighbor” blog.
Charles and Chad are volunteering at charities around the US. They have served in prison and homeless shelters, and visited less-than-safe neighborhoods. Read about their adventure and get excited about volunteering!
Can a father and son accomplish their objective? Using social media? Blogging? Networking? Videos? Seminars? Volunteering? The odds are against them. But they have faith. Follow their weekly progress.