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There is always a light of hope

even in the darkest of times. In those days, when it feels like everything has caved in, and there is nothing else, there is always our hope in Christ because of what He has done for us.

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Is there hope for me?

As Co-founder of Hope Center Indy, Pastor Hubert Nolen states, "I may not be able to give you a clear definition of despair, but I sure know what it feels like." If you have ever felt frozen in past failures and blind to see any real future, read on to build your faith from the inspiring testimonies of God's miraculous provisions and faithful guidance. In Hope for a Lifetime, Nolen shares his personal life stories of overcoming tragedies and discouragement and also the amazing firsthand stories of how God led him and his son David to start Hope Center Indy, a Christian organization that provides residential care for women overcoming sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, and addictions.

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Hope For a Lifetime is Christ.

"Hope for a Lifetime is a must-read for people overcoming losses and hardships and still want to make a difference with their lives. The stories of faith Hubert Nolen shares in this book will not only inspire you to cling to hope in Christ for yourself, but inspire you to spread hope to others."


Pastor Tommy Barnett

Co-founder of Dream Center in Los Angeles and Co-Pastor of Dream City Church in Phoenix  

about the author

Pastor Hubert Nolen is the co-founding executive director of Hope Center Indy. He is the former senior pastor of Brookville Road Community Church in New Palestine, IN, a church he led for 33 years. Under Pastor Hubert’s leadership, the church provided millions to world missions and church planting. He was instrumental in establishing more than 70 churches globally, including in India and Brazil. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Bible and Pastoral Ministry from Barclay College and completed graduate studies at Asbury Seminary and Trinity Evangelical Seminary. After becoming aware of the need in 2015, Pastor Nolen was compelled to launch a center where victims of human trafficking from coast to coast and from all walks of life could find a place to heal and recover from the effects of human trafficking. He and his wife, Tonia, have been married 40+ years. They have five children, eleven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and live on the family farm in Shelbyville, IN.

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