A Note of Thanks for the Devotional

Devotional, English

It is because of the donations of supporters like you that Words of Hope continues to be able to supply print copies of the devotional for free to those who ask for it. Over these months of stay at home orders, printing costs have increased and we will need additional support in order to continue providing bulk supplies of the devotional in our usual quantities. A recent note received from the chaplain of a corrections institution in Hawaii shows just …

Doing Digital Church

Devotional, English

Over the last week, I have gotten a lot of requests about technology and software to help churches, ministries, and individuals continue to survive and thrive during this time of social distancing. It doesn’t seem as if Covid-19 is going anywhere soon, so it’s time to move those tools and “best practices” off the back-burner and to start doing what you probably should have been doing for awhile now.  I am an audio producer so most of my expertise is …

Devotionals for Uganda

Devotional, Uganda

Words of Hope’s daily devotional is now being printed and distributed in Uganda. In Uganda, good Christian materials are hard to find and expensive to buy. The Words of Hope devotional now provides Ugandans with theologically sound teaching. The booklets are available at a nominal fee that is charged to readers who can afford it and waived for those who cannot. The first print run of 10,000 copies was distributed by bus across the country in all 13 dioceses that …

Staying in the Word

Devotional

Twenty-four-year-old Steven has a tattoo of an eagle on his back. Steven is a dedicated hockey player, having pursued the sport all through high school and college. When his best friend on the hockey team decided to get a tattoo, Steven didn’t want to be left out, but he also wanted his tattoo to be a little different. A talented artist, Steven sketched out what he wanted his design to look like. His eagle is carrying a scroll in its …