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Hope Today

Hope Today

Our world is looking for hope like never before, and as Christians, we know the only hope that lasts is found in Jesus Christ. Hope Today is CTVN’s response to dealing with current cultural issues from a Christian perspective. Our heart is to bring hope, help, and healing to those who watch, and lead viewers into a deeper relationship with God — while hearing interviews with authors, faith leaders, and world changers. The addition of our current events segment adds value for the viewer, as our on-air team discusses issues and hot topics concerning our society.

If you’re looking for daily hope, encouragement, and inspiration, join our hosts for 30 minutes each day, Monday through Friday, on Hope Today! Now airing at 3:30pm/ET, 8pm/ET and 1am/ET.

Recent Episodes

Hope Today: The Erwins

3:30 PM - 30 minutes

May 23, 2024

Be encouraged by fresh Gospel music. Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning Gospel music group The Erwins join us to talk about their new album, “Life Story”.

Hope Today: Genuine joy

3:30 PM - 30 minutes

May 22, 2024

Discover the path to genuine joy. Pastor, speaker, and author Mike Hayes shares how Jesus’ eight happy attitudes lay out a surprising and clear way to real happiness.

Hope Today: God's calling for your life

3:30 PM - 30 minutes

May 21, 2024

Live in God’s calling for your life. Bible teacher and mentor Rachel G. Scott introduces a fresh perspective on embracing risk and finding peace by relinquishing our own desires to pursue God’s vision.

Hope Today: God and your kids

3:30 PM - 30 minutes

May 20, 2024

Nurture a personal connection with God in your kids. Author Symone Anderson discusses how real-life events led her to create a collection of books that empowers children to live out their faith in a broken world.

Hope Today: Combat negative thinking

3:30 PM - 30 minutes

May 17, 2024

Combat negative thinking by abiding in God’s truth. Podcast host and author Vera Schmitz shows us how speaking truth to ourselves provides the kind of peace that transcends our circumstances.

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