In troubled times, people need hope and they also need to know Christians who are filled with hope. Dare to Hope calls Christians to return to God with humility and a sacrificial lifestyle to rebuild their hope and restore hope to individuals, families, and nations. In Lamentations 3:21, Jeremiah was troubled but he said, “Yet I still dare to hope.” Using the format of a daily journal, Bishop Boone takes the reader on a 30-day journey to hope. Each day, you read inspiring vignettes, study the Bible, pray, and write a journal of your day.
Pleasing God becomes your priority. Each night, you examine your life to find anything that might cause you to lose hope. You see where you have been unlike Jesus, make changes, then go to sleep in peace. You feel good about yourself because you know God feels good about you. You are preparing for that Great Day when God will ask for an accounting before the Judgment Seat of Christ. You will be ready to hear Him say “Well done” because you have sought His approval every day.