The progression is: Times are tough; we’re in a mess; things have never been this bad before; not even God can fix this; we have no hope. Many Christians are living without any hope other than the hope that Jesus will return and rescue us soon. Some of our overwhelming problems show no sign of getting better. What happens to a culture when Christians lose hope? In what respects do you think Christians are called to preserve the hope and optimism of society? In what ways can you speak words of hope and promise into the lives and circumstances of those around you?

Phil Tuttle, president and CEO of Walk Thru the Bible, has been a vital member of the Walk Thru the Bible family for more than two decades,. He served as senior vice president for International Ministries and global teaching pastor before becoming president and CEO in 2007. As president of Walk Thru the Bible, Phil continues to share God’s Word throughout the world in churches, Bible conferences, Christian education conventions, and corporate gatherings. He is the author of Raise Up a Child; Crucible: The Choices that Change Your Life Forever; Detour: Finding Purpose When Life Doesn’t Make Sense; Chosen: When God Calls Your Name; and Revolution: How Millennials Can Change the World. Phil’s unique blend of biblical instruction, real-life illustrations, and spontaneous humor makes learning easy and enjoyable. Phil and his wife, Ellen, have two adult children, Emily and Philip, and daughter-in-law, Erika.

Phil presented his talks on this theme: Revolution: How Millennials Can Change the World (and What They Need from the Rest of Us)—There comes a moment in every suspenseful movie when all hope seems lost. We can’t imagine how things will work out. Tragically, many have forgotten about the author of the story. The God of all hope is never at a loss for solutions. That is not only an accurate picture of our day; it’s also an accurate picture of ancient Judah when a young king came to the throne. Young King Josiah marked the beginning of a bright moment in Judah’s history, and his story has many parallels with our own time. The story of Josiah is a message about how God works in uncertain times.

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