Faith and Hope With Philosopher Noah benShea
Do you think you have the faith to walk on water? Faith is often thought of in terms of religion, but it really is so much more. Faith is having confidence or trust in someone or something. When we have faith in ourselves, we are confident that we can achieve our goals. Faith is also believing in something that we cannot see. This could be a higher power, an unseen force, or the idea that everything happens for a reason. And with the faith comes hope. Hope is an optimistic attitude that things will work out, even when the odds seem against us. Faith and hope go hand in hand. Today we’ve a special guest, Noah benShea is one of the most renowned and beloved poets-philosophers in North America. He has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize, as well as other prestigious accolades. And as our mental health activist Barry Shore says, “Noah’s work has the ability to change lives.”
About Noah benShea
Noah benShea is one of North America’s most respected and beloved poet philosophers. He is a Pulitzer Prize nominated, international Best Selling author of 28 books translated into 18 languages. He is a scholar and theologian who has spoken to numerous prestigious universities and institutions including: The Library of Congress and The US Department of Defense, and he has been published by Oxford University Press and The World Bible Society in Jerusalem.