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Back to Basics – Hope Has A Name

by Home Page Staff - April 26, 2019

Welcome to The Home Page Network. It’s time for another edition of Back to Basics. This is a series of inspirational messages hosted by Pastor TJ Freeman and Mike White. Back to Basics is designed to encourage and support our Home Page viewers with a timely word or illustration that helps us to think about and evaluate our lives from an eternal perspective. In today’s feature, Pastor TJ discusses the topic of spring and what comes with it: a new start, new life.

Are you looking for a new start in an area of your life? Spring is a time of refreshing, a new beginning. But it’s preceded by the cold, harsh winter. This bitter weather melts into spring to fuel the new life about to start. Maybe you’ve been fighting, trying, and praying for that. What do you do when it feels like spring will never come?

Please watch Pastor TJ’s video today for his encouraging message.

Credits:

Videography: Kaitlyn Callahan
Video Editing: Kaitlyn Callahan

Produced by Vogt Media
Home Page Sponsors: Akiko's Floral Arts, UPMC Susquehanna