What breath is to the physical body, hope is to the human spirit. Hope is what consoles us. It is the fuel that energizes us, gets us up in the morning, and propels us through the day.
- John R Claypool
Guideposts co-founder and best-selling author Dr. Norman Vincent Peale
once turned around the old saying, “Where there is life there is hope,”
to “Where there is hope there is life.” Why did he do this? Because, as
he put it, “You’re never beaten down as long as you have hope.”
The real-life stories of hope here show how individuals in desperate
straits clung to a glimmer of hope and were richly rewarded. Read on
and discover the message of hope in these truly inspiring stories.
Watch as the director and script writer for the film talk about how the movie came to be and what their hopes for the movie are.
Meet 86-year-old Johnnie B. Mack, who organized the first neighborhood crime watch in St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1982.
Meet Kim and Krickitt Carpenter, the couple whose marriage was tested by a horrific accident and brain injury. They talk about their trials, their book and the movie based on their story.