Bringing the Truth and Hope of God’s Word to Life

Christmas is a stressful time. All the things we do leading up to, during, and following Christmas stress us, even good things!

Post-Christmas blues are not uncommon. Even Bible greats like Moses, Jonah, Paul, and Elijah faced times of discouragement and despair.

We believe the Bible shows us how to rediscover God’s unquenchable hope that withstands even the worst onslaughts of despair.

How can we rediscover this hope? We rejoice our way through them! Paul points out three levels of rejoicing.

  • We rejoice in the hope of the glory of God (Romans 5:2)
  • We rejoice in our tribulations (Romans 5:3)
  • We rejoice in God (Romans 5:11)

God’s Word promises you can take your present trials and tribulations without losing your joy and peace. Yes, it's possible! Your hope leads to perseverance, which builds character, which leads to greater hope (Romans 5:4). And that's the truth we’re committed to sharing every day on the air, online, and in print.

We want to bring the truth and hope of God’s Word to life.

Here’s a note we received from David, which captures the hope God’s Word provides.

If it was not for me listening to your daily broadcast I shudder to think where I would be now. I am a monthly partner but I have sent an extra few dollars to try to help you reach your year-end goal. May God bless you and yours and all that are involved with your radio ministry. As the Lord is using you to change more lives than you will ever know!

December 31 represents an annual milestone where we close off one calendar year and prepare for ministry in the next. Approximately 25 per cent of the funds we use for ministry throughout the entire year are given in December and this year is no different. Our budgeted goal is $520,000.

Will you stand with us and invest in the life-changing hope only God’s Word can bring?

Bringing the truth and hope of God’s Word to life,

Steve Johnson

PS To receive a 2016 charitable tax receipt please have your donation postmarked no later than December 31.