Reclaiming Hope: Thriving in the Promises of God
Discover the reason for your own personal hope as Ed Love leads you through a clear understanding of what it actually is. It is at the heart of the ancient story of Jesus, and it is within each individual's discovery of redemption to this day. Through biblical perspectives and heroes of the past, we can see how hope is less of an emotion and more of a virtue.
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Since the church's founding, Christ-followers have been holding to the hope they profess, knowing that their Lord who promised is faithful. Their faith has been a confidence in what they hoped for and assurance about what they could not see. No matter the intensity of struggle and persecution, they did not lose this hope.
So what does this hope look like today? How do faithful followers remain in hope, even when their situations demand despair? In Reclaiming Hope, Dr. Ed Love practically and relevantly explores what it means to put our hope in Christ. Discover the significance of why hope is less an emotion and more a virtue, how it is essential to building character, and how it can only be realized by relying upon God's strength rather than our own will.
Ed Love serves as the narrative pastor of The Well Church in Ionia, Michigan, and is an adjunct professor of church multiplication at Wesley Seminary. Ed has both D.Min. and M.Div. degrees, and he lives in central Michigan with his wife and children. He is also the author of Fear Not: Finding Courage to Be Who God Wants You to Be (WPH).
|Release Date||Apr 1, 16|
|Lead Time||2 Days to Ship|