Welcome to the Hope Online Bookstore. Our goal is to help you #LiveBetter. Each product in this store is designed to help you develop a closer walk with God and to experience a "better life" as a  result. We are not focused on selling you products; rather, we are inviting you to be part of our community. We are a community of believers that realize that with God you can have a better life in everyway, everyday. So, browse the store and find the sermon that addresses the area of your life that you need God the most. We want to be part of your journey to know God better and to #LiveBetter.  So, share your story, we want to hear from you. Welcome to the #LiveBetter Community!

Current Sermons


Lord, I'm Weary

March 26, 2015

By Amanda Usher   “I am worn out waiting for your rescue…” Psalms 119:81 (NLT) There’s no rushing God. He works in His own time and at His own pace. While His response endlessly proves to be beneficial to your life, it doesn’t always come when you want it to come. So what do you do when you’re swimming in your own sea of tears, when your knees are sore from all of your kneeling and praying and when your pain seems everlasting? What do you do when you just simply become “worn out” waiting for God to help you? You continue to pray, you continue to trust Him and you continue to build your faith. Weariness is not a... Continue Reading →

Love to Hate

March 16, 2015

By Amanda Usher   “This is my commandment: Love each other in the same way I have loved you.” John 15:12 (NLT) “This is my command: Love each other. If the world hates you, remember that it hated me first.” John 15:17-8 (NLT) Hatred is continuously proving itself to be stronger than love. This emotion conquers minds and leads to horrific actions. Rather than embracing one another, people are personifying hatred and abandoning one of God’s commands. He wants His children to love and encourage one another rather than tear down each other. This is not reality. People love the cliché: Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. Truth is, words can hurt. They... Continue Reading →