Life can get overwhelming. And periodically we share a short film that adds perspective to those very real moments we all face, reminding you there is hope through Jesus.

Words of Hope #26 - Running

Faith is like a muscle we have to exercise. In order to grow our faith we have to put in the work. Rob Conway says it's a lot like running; he started slowly, but eventually he gained the endurance he needed to go the distance. He shares how God is helping you train for the difficulties that come along in order to build your faith.

Words of Hope #25 - Golf

Have you ever felt like you were supposed to meet everyone's expectations? Claude explains that life is a lot like the game of golf, where we're always trying to make "par." But he offers reassurance that God determines what "par" is. 

Words of Hope #24 - Theatre

"Loneliness can have a way of sneaking up on you...there's an emptiness, much like when you walk into an empty theatre alone." Johnny and Stacey Stone share these Words of Hope to remind you that God is right there with you.

Words of Hope #23 - Markers

"It's so easy to find yourself looking down, caught up in your own little world, trapped by your problems. These problems can leave you feeling lost."
Jerry Woods remembers a time when he was lost, and what helped him get back on track, and how to find the markers for your life to keep you on the right path.


Words of Hope #22 - Shadows

There are days when it's difficult to count the blessings around us. Johnny and Stacey Stone share these words of hope to help you recognize the blessings God has sent from above, regardless of the dark shadows around you.

Words of Hope #21 - Backyard

There are things you can learn when you're willing to slow down and look up. Morning show co-host Blanca Vega shares what these last few months have taught her.

Words of Hope #20 - The Park

Has it felt as though the whole world is shifting around you this year? You're not alone. But morning show host, Jerry Woods, reminds you that even in these moments, there is one thing that never does change.

Words of Hope #19 - Charlie Brown

Sometimes it seems like our problems have no solution. During the pandemic, it feels like there's no end in sight and we have no options. Producer Spencer reminds you that with God, all things are possible, and finds a creative solution to a problem he's faced recently.

Words of Hope #18 - Storage

As Americans, we collect a lot of stuff. And when we run out of room, we pay other people to store our stuff! Last year alone, Americans spent $37 million on storage space. And it's so easy to do.

Jerry Woods asks this important question: "What are you storing up?" Will what you save collect dust and one day wither away? But Jerry shares these Words of Hope about a treasure where moths and rust do not destroy, and robbers can't steal. (Matthew 6:19-20) Where is your treasure and your heart?


Words of Hope #17 - Winter

There are signs that the seasons are changing. Leaves falling, colder and shorter days. For Becky, Winter has become one of her least favorite seasons.

Like the seasons, change can be difficult. And maybe there's a season you're not looking forward to...a teenager heading off to college, the health of an aging parent, or even fighting an addiction. Becky wants you to hold on to these words of hope: Remember how God has led you in the past, and how He gave you just what you needed in those situations.