Choosing God First - Pr. Pavel Goia
 

Hope at Home / July 11, 2020

Pr. Pavel Goia will share his testimony of how his life changed after deciding to let God take control of his life and plans.

 
What Hope at Home taught us.
 

Hope at Home / July 25, 2020

In this segment, we relive what we learned in Hope At Home season 1. In this segment, we bring small pieces of the many interviews we had along this season. 95+ participants share hope and advice during these complicated moments of the COVID-19 world health pandemic. If you want to watch them again, go to hopetv.org/athome. Enjoy.

 
What COVID-19 taught us in the physical health - Dr. Peter Landless, MD
 

Hope at Home / July 25, 2020

After 20 weeks of Hope at Home, we stop to analyze what COVID-19 taught us, what good things we learn and how to take care of our health in the future.

 
The Fruit of Kindness - Elaine and Willie Oliver
 

Hope at Home / July 11, 2020

What does it really mean to be Kind? Our world is in crisis and many people are wondering what they should do and how they can help. Well kindness is one way everyone can respond in their own way. Kindness could be random, but the best act of kindness is intentional. Our world is desperately in need of our kindness right now. Kindness is being genuinely concerned for the well-being of others and seeks out ways to show compassion when needed. When we are kind, we display Christ’s character in our lives, showing evidence of our being connected to Him.

 
Marriage Resilience During and After COVID-19 - Dr. Willie and Elaine Oliver
 

Hope at Home / July 25, 2020

All marriages will experience stressful life events, with or without COVID. For some couples, COVID may be your first stressful event, especially for newlyweds! Addressing how couples adapt to stress is imperative for understanding marital development.

 
This Intractable Lie - Dr. Ella Simmons - Pr. Whintley Phipps
 

Hope at Home / June 20, 2020

It’s time to confront the virus that doesn’t live in the body but in the mind” A conversation with Dr. Ella Simmons and Wintley Phipps about discrimination and racism.