I am often struck by how relevant the Word of God is to us today. Psalm 12 was written thousands of years ago, yet reminds us that things really have not changed in our world today. Here is Psalm 12 in the New Living Translation. Read it and see if you believe it speaks to… Read More»
Faith Church is pleased to welcome Dr. A. Charles Ware, President of Crossroads Bible College and noted Indianapolis urban leader to speak on the topic; “Why Should I Care About Racial Reconciliation.” Dr. Ware will provide the morning message over six services at the Faith East and Faith West campuses on Sunday morning, February 2, 2014.
Continuing the “her story/His glory” introduction blogs, I’d like to introduce you to one of our newest interns, Joanne. One word that comes to mind when I think about Joanne’s adventure (and it WAS certainly an adventure) to serve at Vision of Hope is “sacrificial.” Another is “unique.” Her travels southward were sacrificial and unique… Read More»
Written by our director, Pastor Mark Shaw, the following blog is the first installment in a four-part series on leadership published by the Biblical Counseling Coalition. The post captures a snapshot of the BCC’s 2013 leadership conference. In essence, reading this post gives you a “fly on the wall” perspective on the wisdom and conversation… Read More»
As the title suggests, this post is an attempt to hash out what might be God’s intentsions with decreeing and enacting this snow storm in Lafayette, Indiana. At the same time, I can’t presume to understand or predict EXACTLY what our indescribable and mighty Savior may be up to. Luckily, it’s not me who’s doing… Read More»
The Following blog is reposted from Pastor Mark Shaw’s blog on BCC’s website “Grace and Truth.” You can find the original article, as well as additional resources on Gospel living at thebiblicalcounselingcoalition.org. This particular post highlight what Vision of Hope is doing to serve the community during this epic snowpocalypse.
New Year’s is a time of resolution, but it’s also a time of reflection. We look ahead to the exciting, daunting, or mediocre opportunities on the horizon. We begin to prepare or recoil based on the perspective we have of what’s up next. We either anticipate or dread the uncertainty. Conversely, we look back to… Read More»
Have you ever been the minority? Have you even been in danger? Have you ever seen God work miraculously? Have you ever been out of your comfort zone? For the sake of Christ? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you may have a small taste of what it means to be a missionary…. Read More»
We routinely include writings from our VOH residents as part of the VOH blog. This post was written by one of our residents about the recent service opportunity with Christmas for Everyone. If you were involved in this community outreach program, you may relate to what our resident writes. Regardless, you’re invited to sit down… Read More»
At Vision of Hope, our household manager, Janelle, works tirelessly to find the best deals for VOH needs. Vision of Hope also benefits from many donations, like Olive Garden soup Great Harvest Bread, and farm fresh eggs and veggies! Still, a significant amount of Vision of Hope’s budget is spent on providing the necessary food… Read More»