About / Casey B. Hough

Casey B. Hough

Casey B. Hough (Ph.D., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary) currently serves as director of Partnerships and Curriculum at World Hope Ministries International and assistant professor of Biblical Interpretation at Luther Rice College & Seminary. Before moving to World Hope, Casey served in pastoral ministry for 16 years. He and his wife, Hannah, have five children and live in Houston, Texas. Casey is published author through Moody.

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Casey B. Hough

Weeping amid the evils of this world

Mourning the shootings, facing our mortality, and hoping in Christ

In a span of just 10 days, the United States was rocked by the...

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The disappearance of Pastor Raymond in Malaysia

What Christians can do in light of the new details

In a moment, the lives of the Koh family changed forever. On February 13,...

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3 ways to wait in the midst of ruin

Lessons on Advent from Isaiah 64:1-12

The Advent season is about waiting for the Lord with hope-filled anticipation. As the...

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How To Talk To Your Kids About Sexual Abuse

I will never forget having to explain the Sandy Hook shooting to my oldest...

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Explainer: The importance of the DOL’s final rule on religious exemptions

Religious organizations are critical partners with the federal government in its efforts to meet...

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Explainer: Understanding the Human Rights Campaign’s “Blueprint for Positive Change 2020”

Like clockwork, lobbyists and interest groups annually release their policy agendas ahead of each...

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Bearing the Weight of Souls

Facing Despair, Depression, and Renewal in Ministry during the COVID-19 Crisis

In one of his lectures to his students, Charles Spurgeon once stated, “Our work,...

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Several resources for a father’s spiritual growth

Father’s Day is this weekend, highlighting the important part a dad plays in his...

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How to have hope in hard times

In Hebrews 6, we encounter a writer who was addressing a community of believers...

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4 lessons on lament from Psalm 42

Years ago, I preached from Psalm 88. Psalm 88 is a dark psalm with...

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How do we cultivate a thankful heart in hard times?

When things are difficult, one of the first things that Christians are prone to...

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3 ways to lead Christ’s sheep through the valley of the shadow of COVID-19

The Apostle Paul lived with a pastoral concern for his churches. In several of...

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