The Bible: gaining popularity or losing ground?

As a ministry whose heartbeat is to share GOD’S WORD with every child, we sit up and take notice when we see the Bible showing up more often in mainstream media. The Bible mini series on TV turned into a movie called Son of God National attention on the case for religious freedom in Sebelius […]

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Forgotten Russia during the Sochi Olympic Winter Games

When I first heard that the XXII Olympic Winter Games were going to be held in the city of Sochi, Russia, I was excited! We have made dear friends working alongside locals there distributing the Book of Hope since 1991. The more I thought about it, though, I found myself cringing in anticipation of how the […]

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Listen to the silent crisis in the Central Africa Republic

The UN is calling the Central Africa Republic (CAR) a “silent crisis”, defining it as housing some of the worst conditions on earth. I’ve experienced the suffering and misery first hand as OneHope has had a passionate interest in and outreach there for the last 4 years. As Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times has […]

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Print or Digital? Pew Study offers surprising insight

I traveled over 125 days last year, so being able to carry a library’s worth of books in a device weighing 1.46 pounds is invaluable to me. I still harbor nostalgia for holding a printed book in my hands–studying the cover art, noticing tattered corners, hearing and feeling the familiar swoosh every time I turn a page. As we […]

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