Several months ago I wrote how the aftermath of the past few years left me without any dreams. No dreams for the future could be mistaken for the absence of hope. However, instead of a place of despair, it’s a time of peace and hope.
Hope. For the past two years, hope hasn’t been easy. What gets me through the day is hope for my children, that they will come out on top and live wonderful lives. But when it comes to hope for my own future, it often feels like a lost cause. When Family Christian offered a review for Lee Strobel’s new book, The Case for Hope: Looking Ahead with Confidence and Courage I