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Making Faith Your Own – Glenn Lavender
Making Faith Your Own – Glenn Lavender

When was your “salvation moment”? For Glenn Lavender, the answer is: This morning. As someone who has grown up in the church, sometimes it’s hard to pinpoint one specific day. DownHere’s bassist discusses his ongoing faith journey as he grapples with faith and obedience. Whether through uncertain situations, the lure of fame and fortune, or […]

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They Will Know We Are Christians By Our Empathy
They Will Know We Are Christians By Our Empathy

Video provided by The RSA Empathy fuels connection, sympathy drives disconnection. For many people, the first reaction when we hear that someone is going through a tough time is to cheer them up or start by using those dreaded words: at least. We’re trying to make it better, but that approach can actually make things worse. Rarely can […]

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Don’t Guard Your Heart
Don’t Guard Your Heart

Stop guarding your heart. Maybe this seems counterintuitive. “Guard your heart” is an expression thrown around a lot, especially in Christian circles, and it’s commonly taken to extremes. It’s supposed to encourage you to be modest, to protect yourself, to keep the bad guys out of your head and heart. But there’s a danger when you […]

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Why Trust is Worth It
Why Trust is Worth It

Media thanks to Ze Frank You’ve probably participated in trust exercises at school or work. Maybe you’ve crowd-surfed at a concert. Had a piggy-back ride. Taken a bite from someone else’s fork. These things all take a certain amount of physical trust and vulnerability, even if you don’t realize it in the moment. Hesitation before someone […]

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Danny and Annie’s Love Story
Danny and Annie’s Love Story

“I could write on and on about her…. In my mind, in my heart, there has never been, there is not now, and never will be, another Annie.” If you’re anything like me, walking through the grocery store checkout can be depressing. It seems like every day some artist I look up to (or at […]

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Living the Single Life
Living the Single Life

Julian, the host of The Science of Love by SoulPancake, asks a handful of single people a few questions: If you could, would you wake up tomorrow single or in a relationship? What are you looking for in a partner? What do you think other people are looking for? Their answers were unexpected, and what […]

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The Pep Talk You Need to Hear
The Pep Talk You Need to Hear

I read a great quote the other day:  “It’s a terrible thing, I think, in life to wait until you’re ready. I have this feeling now that actually no one is ever ready to do anything. There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it […]

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Hot Pursuit
Hot Pursuit

“I heard a story once, an incredible story, an amazing story. It told of one who was relentlessly faithful and loves with an unwavering love. It was said that his sorrow was over broken people, it was said that he tirelessly pursues each lost one, never giving up until…until…” Does your heartbeat quicken when you […]

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Invest Your Life
Invest Your Life

  There is something we all have in common. We want to leave this planet knowing that we did something significant, that our lives had real value. Don’t we? Jesus told his followers the story of a man with three servants. He entrusted each of them with a portion of his fortune while he went […]

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Through Jesus’ Eyes
Through Jesus’ Eyes

There are so many ways to see the same person. God chooses a vision that is redemptive, seeing through grace and compassion and hope. And He wants us to see people the same way. To see them for who they could be if they knew just how much Jesus loves them or wants to transform them. To see, […]

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