Aging

AGING (HOWARD WATTS) SOMEONE HAS SAID, “Getting old isn’t for the faint of heart!” I have said before that if you live long enough, you’ll die. But in the meantime, are you facing the agin process with enthusiasm and gracefulness? Howard is doing it well, at the age of 93. He’s still driving, reading, philosophizing, and he still has a very sharp mind. Finding Jesus in a foxhole during WWII, Howard’s personal relationship with Christ has been the foundation of a long, prosperous, and productive life. Click here to return to Real Hope...

A honeymoon encounter

A HONEYMOON ENCOUNTER (Cary McKee) “I knew from my past that something was getting ready to go on.” I responded, “And your past happens to be. . .” “Drug addition. Exactly,” he confirmed. “Drug addicts are attracted to one another,” Cary explained. Cary is a former meth addict. Set free through a disciplined program and the obvious help of God. “The need to carry the message. The need to share with another human being, the hope in Jesus Christ, the way out of drugs and alcohol, to minister the Word. I hadn’t done that for several days. And that began to sicken me,” Cary related.  Click here to  return to  Real Hope...

Family crisis

FAMILY CRISIS (DANNY EPPS) Sometimes the difficulties of life, or personal and family crises, or personal circumstances can motivate us to make wrong choices. Many times these wrong choices have challenging consequences. Consequence that not only affect you personally, but others as well; such as your close family members. That’s Josh’s story, as told by his dad. “For four years I didn’t talk to him. I didn’t even mention his name. If you abandon your children, it’s the worst thing you can do.” This is a story of hope, of reconciliation, of forgiveness, of courage, of love. Click here to return to Real Hope...

Breast cancer

BREAST CANCER (JENNIFER) Cancer seems to be one of the most dreaded words in the English language. For a wife and mother, breast cancer is especially traumatic. Jennifer tells her story with poise and confidence. She relates the process, tells of her challenges, and expresses how the Lord gave her His peace. “Through all of his journey, I never felt alone. I knew that God was with me,” Jennifer states. She presents a portion of Isaiah 12 and relates how this special portion of God’s Word has ministered to her. Click here to return to Real Hope...