Life is so filled with pain that it's easy to lose sight of God. Hartman understands because she's experienced her own crisis of faith. Offering an honest look at our broken world, she shares what God taught her about prejudice, slavery, terrorism, and other issues ---and shows why putting our hope in Christ is the only solution. 224 pages, softcover from Charisma.
Look outside of yourself and what do you see?
A world that is shaken, taken out at the knees.
We all stand waiting, breath hitched in our throat
For a bomb in a subway, a plane, or a boat.
Whats coming next? Who will die? Can it stop?
Living in fear for the next shoe to drop.
If terrorists come or the world starts to flood,
We can rest easy. We were bought with His blood.
All we must do is ask for Gods grace,
For Him to come in and take His rightful place
As the Lord of our lives and the King of our hearts,
And that very instant His covering starts.
Hell go before us and stop hell in its tracks.
His hands will protect us from Satans attacks.
You might think Im crazy and that this isnt true,
But with the way the world is, what have you to lose?
In Fierce Hope Savanna Hartman describes a world that has never been more broken and lost than it is today. People are hurting and want something authentic and real to hold on to. Savanna makes a compelling case that true hope can be found only in Christ. Fierce hope, despite the chaos that is all around you, is within your reach right now.
Savanna Hartman is a spoken-word poet with an authenticity that has captured hearts around the world. Gaining a sudden platform made up of a quarter million followers on social media, Savanna posted videos on Facebook and YouTube that have gone viral and garnered tens of millions of views. She has recently appeared on various national news outlets, including CNN, Washington Post, Huffington Post, CBS News, and National Public Radio, among others. Savanna and her husband, Matt, co-pastor Banner Church, a growing church plant in the heart of downtown Tampa, Florida. They also serve other church plants through their own small marketing and apparel business. Savanna and Matt have been married for seven years and have two young sons.