"Hope" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Uniboob ClubThe Uniboob Club

With my blog I offer my own story, my humor and my battle as a source of ho...

 
Dena E's ~God~Everyday Living~Dream Doodlers Art~Dena E's ~God~Everyday Living~Dream Doodlers Art~

Blessed to be SHARING WITH YOU~ GOD~ MY FAMILY~FAITH~HOPE~LOVE and MY ART...

 
PERSEVEREPERSEVERE

Lori's blog is all about Perseverance ~ running the race of faith in t...

 
Pure FaithPure Faith

A blog where I share my greatest passion in life- my walk with my Saviour. ...

 


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Sandy Phillips Kirkham is the author of the book Let Me Prey Upon You. It details how a youth pastor preyed upon her, a betrayal that left her broken, with a shattered faith, and the ultimate shame of being blamed and forced from the church she loved...

Child development expert Richard Miller says teaching kids to imagine their goals encourages the brain to plan and prepare for future.

Many of us face difficulties, but how do you hold out hope when life continues to push you back down, leaving you broken? Shea Watson has seen some of the worst that life can bring. From times of brokenness and not being able to see any hope at all,...

Jane’alam Sheikh grew up in Kolkata, India. As a young boy, he saw people starving and suffering in the slums of that city. The experiences of his youth gave him a heart to make a difference for people living in poverty. He studied in the UK, g...

Tomorrow, Thursday (5/14), I'm honored to be moderating a free online conversation with two brilliant women whose work is a light in the darkness during these uncertain times. My friend Ann Druyan is the executive producer, writer, and director of Co...

Abandoned streets are turning into rallying cries for empathy, as street art becomes a crucial way to relay public information during the coronavirus pandemic.  We spoke to two artists, Corie Mattie in LA and Tvboy in Barcelona, whose work and m...

Politico asked 34 "macro thinkers" to share some of their thoughts on what the world will look like after we crawl from the wreckage of this thing. Some are hopeful, optimistic. Some, not so much. Definitely good food for thought. Here are a few exce...