Hope Has a Name is an inspiring documentary film about ordinary women bringing extraordinary hope in unlikely places.
In urban America, the bush of Africa, the war zone of the Congo and in closed nations, there are women who are living outside their own cultures, society and comfort level to care for orphans, build schools, liberate addicts, feed the poor and love the broken.
In Hope Has a Name, Heidi Baker, Amy Lancaster, Deena Van’t Hul, Jessica Goodman and Cassandra Lee take you on a candid and intimate journey into their worlds and lives as they make hope come alive—and with it the belief that we can all do something.
Ken and Lesa Henderson, who wrote, directed and produced the film live on Merritt Island, pastor Salt Life Church and oversee Cornerstone School of Supernatural Ministry. They had felt God calling them to make the documentary since 2012. Finally, in 2016, God challenged them to step out in faith with what they had in their hands, His words were, “You step, I step!” So with very little money and a couple of cameras, they stepped out into the supernatural. Just over a year later, and a trip around the world, Hope Has a Name is complete and being screened in a theater Nov. 21 and released to DVD Nov. 22.
For more information about Hope Has a Name, visit hopehasanamemovie.com.