Stories of Hope
“Now I feel I have a purpose in life.” Dalton was in his early 20s when his parents passed away. He’d been caring for them throughout a long illness, and when he lost them, he lost his home. He lost his sense of purpose too. He moved in with a
“I will live the rest of my life for God.” The first of her siblings to attend college, Quincy’s parents held her to a higher standard. So when she dropped out, she suffered the pain of their disappointment. “I felt like a failure,” she says. Then a friend introduced her
“God never left me alone.” Rebeca looks back on her childhood as the source of her anxiety and relationship troubles. “My mom and dad separated when I was 5. At 6, my mom moved in with this guy and he started molesting me.” Rebeca told her parents about the abuse
“Jesus changes everything.” Tillman felt lost and overwhelmed… like he was drifting along in life without an anchor. “I didn’t have a purpose in life… didn’t know what I was supposed to do. My life was just trying to fill this empty hole with drugs and unhealthy relationships.” The emptiness
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