I could tell story after story of God's faithfulness in this area. I started following Jesus right at the end of my senior year of high school, and shortly after graduation, I walked through one of the hardest seasons of my life, watching my family break apart as my parents divorced after 18 years of marriage. Going from never really going to church or having God as part of my life, to watching everything I knew unravel and break before my eyes was so painful, but God used that time to mold and shape me and teach me about His faithfulness, His comfort, how He is a refuge, and what it means to hold on to hope. This lesson continued to build as years later my wife and I followed Jesus into the unknown by moving to Oklahoma to do college ministry and raise our own support, not knowing that we would welcome our two children into the world during the time we were there. So many times, we didn't think we would be able to pay the bills or keep doing ministry, but again, He showed His faithfulness and provided all that we needed as we needed as gave us hope where there was no hope.