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Joni Eareckson Tada: Suffering Helps Me See Heaven
I used to wonder why Paul calls hardships “light and momentary.” Years of affliction opened my eyes to his insight.
I Found Hope in My Husband’s Chronic Illness
Disability changed our family. It also brought us closer to these three Christian truths.
When Pastors Are Sexual Abuse Survivors
Childhood trauma can sabotage ministry in sinister ways.
John Inazu: Why I’m Still Confident About ‘Confident Pluralism’
The past two years have only strengthened my belief that tolerance, humility, and patience can help heal our fractious public life.
The Day I Fervently Asked Jesus to Come Back
How a friend’s tragic death gave me a new perspective on hope.
Parents: Let Go of Graduation Nostalgia
The end of school invites retrospection. But we have something better to look forward to.
The Calling | 39 min
Justin Giboney Is Bringing Christian Hope To Politics
By walking on both sides of party lines, the political strategist is paving a way for Christians in politics.
John Perkins Has Hope for Racial Reconciliation. Do We?
The civil rights hero delivers his “final manifesto” on race and the church’s call to unity.
Make American Politics Hopeful Again
How the call to “carry one another’s burdens” breaks down partisan stalemates.
The Calling | 43 min
Michael Wear’s Uneasy Call to Politics
Obama's former director of faith outreach left the White House frustrated but hopeful.
The Calling | 38 min
For Andrew Peterson, Creating Art Means Facing His Fear of Being Known
The singer-songwriter and author reflects on a long career of finding holy hope in the face of self-doubt.
5 Passages Your Pastor Wishes You'd Stop Taking out of Context
How we get them wrong and what church leaders can do about it.
Why Even Pessimists Can Embrace Hope
A social psychologist explains why fear and hope often work as a team.
The Silver Lining on the Zombie Apocalypse
In his upcoming book, a university professor explores the horror—and the hope—of pop culture’s favorite disaster scenario.
Imagining a Better Marriage Actually Improved Mine
Rather than living in ongoing resentment, I sensed God calling me to refocus.
The Hard-Edged Hope of Wendell Berry
Why his vision of humble communities and humane economies is just what the world needs right now.
'This Is Us' Captures the Drama of Unfolding Redemption
Even in its most tear-jerking moments, the runaway NBC hit affirms our eternal hope.
A Dying Pastor Reflects on His LegacySubscriber Access Only
With less than a month to live, Buddy Hoffman discusses the highs and lows of 40 years in ministry.
A Psalm for the Refugee Crisis in America
When our government is wrong, the church responds by doing what is right.
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Glimpses of Grace in the Films of the Coen Brothers
Beyond their penchant for the macabre, the directors’ films also display transcendent hope.
No Cheeks Left to Turn: The Double Persecution of Africa’s Largest Church
No Cheeks Left to Turn: The Double Persecution of Africa’s Largest Church
Weary of attacks by Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen, Christians in Nigeria ask how long they’re supposed to “count it all joy.”
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