Hopelessness, crushes the spirit and makes a terrible life.
Alison Crosthwait appeared to have it made. She had a good job. She was a trader in capital markets, and then she went into research and became a researcher. She had a good income. She had friends, she had romance.
Yet she described the condition of her life in these terms: shame, anxiety, insecurity, sadness and helplessness. Hopelessness crushed her inner self and her inner life and made life terrible for her.
Alison is not alone. Her description describes multitude to millions of people in a worldwide epidemic of hopelessness.
Tom Hill, president of Master Ministries International Inc., received a Bachelor of Science degree from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, and a Master of Ministry degree from Luther Rice Seminary.
As president of Master Ministries, Mr. Hill's ministry blends...