Stories of HopeHope for the Soul helps people in the way they need help, no matter how big or small their need is. Without needing an explanation or receiving anything in return, this ministry generously gives of its time, compassion, and resources in a genuine and practical way. Read StoriesWatch & Listen
a greater mission
Modeling and Teaching
Collaboration with Others
Hope for the Soul and Trials for Hope both share the same core values of treating all people, irrespective of socioeconomic standing, with dignity. Our common goal is our unrelenting desire that no one falls through the cracks. Hope for the Soul encourages all individuals to give of their time and finances so that others never feel invisible, unwanted, or unloved.
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Doing Great Things...
Every time you walk into the office, there is always something that they are doing to help people like the homeless or poor. Hope for the Soul is great.
“I finally feel hope and joy! While I have had a couple of episodes of depression they were short-lived and I truly feel as though I am living with love, purpose and joy! David has shown me that my life in Christ is a journey and making progress is something to be celebrated and to be thankful for.”
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Compassionate, Hilarious and Creative
“David is skilled at walking the healing path with you in a real-world way that helped me. His approach involves simple impactful changes, that can strengthen your relationship to our higher power while also healing your well-being. I found he is compassionate,...
I have suffered from depression for the majority of my life…
I have suffered from depression for the majority of my life. I was referred to David in September of 2017 and have worked with him ever since. David took the time to listen to all of the things I struggled with, no matter how...
After 30 years of anxiety and addiction, I lost all hope until….
I have been struggling with anxiety, depression and addiction for 30+ years. I started drinking at an early age to numb my family sadness. Twenty-five years ago, I got sober and attended a 12-step program. However, I realized that just being sober wasn’t a very...