A Night of Hope 2020
Join us to be inspired and renew your faith. Listen to different speakers share stories of hardship and how faith has renewed their lives. A great way to prepare yourself and your family for Christmas!
While this is a beautiful in-person event, we invite you to join us however you feel comfortable, in-person or virtually.
If you plan to attend in person masks will be required and we will be socially distanced inside the church. If you prefer to watch from home please join us on our website or Facebook live.
Live Music | Refreshments
Covid19 Guidelines will be followed.
Thursday, December 10, 2020
7:00 p.m. Speakers
St. Robert Bellarmine
119010 Pacific St.
Omaha, NE 68154
*Church (please note this is a change we will not be in the parish center).
Watch the Replay Here!
Watch Emily Peters
Trusting in God Through the Valley of Death
Emily Peters grew up in small town USA, in southwestern Ohio. After college, her love for business brought her to Omaha, NE working in corporate America. A few years later, she would come to understand the need for Jesus and the power of God’s word to a deeper degree than she ever thought imaginable; Emily lost her husband and two of their best friends in a horrific car accident. The days and months to follow, were the most painful days of her life.
Trusting in God Through the Valley of Death.
Keeping a Smile During the Darkness of ALS
Chelsea and her husband Brian, a US Marine, were the proud parents of 3 children ranging in age from 4 months to 3 years. A career in the military was the plan but in 2008 Chelsea’s dad was diagnosed with ALS. Chelsea and Brian made the choice to leave military service, return to Omaha and assist her family with caring for her father. Chelsea and her family moved into her parents house and the family was blessed to be able to spend the next 10 years caring for and loving her dad. Their story is a testament to what true love and sacrifice is all about. The experience shaped the lives of their family and they are forever grateful for the experiences they were able to be a part of.
Trust and Surrender: The Unexpected Gifts from Recurrent Cancer
Angela’s story is of Trust and Surrender. In 2009, Angela was diagnosed with cancer while 14 weeks pregnant with her second child. She will share her story of grace through God. Her cancer has recurred three times. God carried her family during each bout with cancer and filled them with grace and gifts.
Never Give Up
Keith was in a horrific car accident while on duty. He was paralyzed from the chest down. He had many ups and downs and has never given up hope of walking again. After 24 difficult years after his accident, his story of challenges, heartache, and never give up attitude is sure to inspire all who hear his story.
Watch an inspirational video of Keith Thompson walking!
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