The HOPE FOR TODAY monthly column started in 2006. It is written by Clint Decker and published in local newspapers and online. The column offers hope through the current events of our day. Clint may select a news headline to address or a topic that connects with a wide audience then discusses it while weaving together encouraging spiritual truths.
Currently, we are in over 265 newspapers across 10 states. You can access a full archive of the column online through the HFT website. Each week we are calling more papers with the goal of contacting newspapers in all 50 states. If you find Clint’s column in your local paper tell them “thank you”. If you’d like to get the column in your local paper, contact us. Also, we’d love to get your comments and feedback on any of the posts you read.
Our lives are filled with lots of stuff and sometimes our stuff takes too much of our attention distracting from the most important things in life. Read Clint Decker’s August column – “When We Love Our Stuff Too Much.” Discover what really is the top priority in life and how to order your life toward that. . . (Click on the picture to read more).
Do you or someone you know struggle with loneliness? In a world where we are so connected, we are also extremely isolated. There is hope for you if you battle with this. Read Clint Decker’s July column – How to Overcome Loneliness. . . (Click on picture to read more)
Do you know someone who's addicted to meth? It's not only a major problem in my community, but literally across the world. It's an evil from the pit of hell that's destroying our sons and daughters. Who's going to rise up and doing something about it and what is the solution? Read Clint Decker's June column, Fighting the Meth Demon. (Click on picture to read more)
High school and college graduations will be happening all over the United States this month. Each one will feature a Commencement speaker trying to impart one last bit of wisdom before graduates head off into their next chapter of life. Read Clint Decker’s May column as he offers students his own commencement address. (Click on picture to read more)
There are many things that divide people all over the world. Favorite sporting teams, positions on sensitive issues, political parties and more separate us. However, people also cause division. There mere mention of their name can change the temperature in a room. Read Clint Decker’s April column as he addresses the world’s most polarizing figure. (Click on picture to read more)
Protest, protest, protest. It appears this will be the norm for President Trump’s first four years in office. Clint Decker tackles the right and culture of these ongoing protests in his March column – “Let the Protestors Voices Be Heard”. (Click on picture to read more)