Living Hope

January 07, 2018 | Rob Bugh

We all have a longing for hope—the feeling that better times are coming. But for the people who first read Peter’s letter—and those of us who read it today—those feelings of positive expectation don’t always come naturally. For Peter’s readers then and now, who frequently find themselves in challenging circumstances, Pastor Rob looks to Scripture for a path to experiencing hope—no matter what the new year brings.

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