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.
Dallas, Minneapolis, Baton Rouge and Mobile. These are just four of several communities where either police have shot and killed young black men or where police were assassinated in retaliation. The result of all this madness is incredible division that is tearing America apart. Read Clint Decker’s August column as he discusses Police and Black Protestors – The Unnecessary Divide. . .
What is happening to our world? Many will agree that our world is becoming more dangerous with a moral crisis at the epicenter. However, what we will disagree on is exactly what is a danger to society or considered immoral. In that sense we’re likely dealing with moral confusion. Read Clint Decker’s July column as he discusses this global moral confusion . . .
June 26, 2015 the Supreme Court made a decision that sent shock waves across the nation and world in legalizing homosexual marriage. Many praised and condemned the decision. In this month’s column Clint Decker addresses this issue, one year later, talking directly to those in the gay community letting them know God loves them and has an eternal vision for their life . . .
Right now women are an important discussion in our culture since May is Mother’s Day and there is one woman running for President and another for Vice-President. However they are more than a voting block or business niche for flower shops. Read Clint Decker’s May column as he shares about Jesus and the value of a woman . . .
Our Presidential election process has candidates vying for the most powerful position in the United States and world. Many times power has blinded its possessors. What if this position was occupied by a person who led in humbleness rather than in assertion of their power? Read Clint Decker’s April column as he discuss the weakness of power . . .
How could God die? That’s exactly the question that could be asked surrounding the historical events that brought us Easter. On Good Friday Jesus died on a cross. Since He was considered God in human form, God died that day. However, there’s more to the story. Read Clint Decker’s March about column about the day God died . . .