There’s a lot of bad news these days. But if you take the time to look, you will see multiple signs of everyday hope. Churches that move their feeding ministries outside so they can keep serving those in need. People confronting those who refuse to wear PPE masks. Congregations that embrace technology to keep in touch with members and engage new people with the Gospel. Medical personnel who risk their lives on the front lines to care for those who are hurting, those who keep the supply chain working and grocery store employees who work long hours so people have food. Parents who work, homeschool and keep their kids healthy. Yes, you can see lots of signs of everyday hope all around you. And if you look closely enough, you’ll also see God in every single one of them.