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God Uses My Past — Hernán’s Story

By: yesHeis

Hernán knew about God as a teenager however, at the age of fifteen, he started smoking marijuana and later began to use cocaine.
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Gone To Soon

By: yesHeis

Death is a reality we’re all destined to face. No matter our religion or beliefs, financial position, relationship status or race, death comes to us all.
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Imagine An Online Revival

By: yesHeis

‘Not connected’ — does that phrase cause certain tension or anxiety to rise within you? It is a simple message with significant repercussions: communication ceases, information remains static, and FOMO begins to set in!
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Do Your Friends See Freedom in You?

By: yesHeis

The cultural conversation of our generation revolves around freedom of choice.
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People Need Real Not Expert

By: yesHeis

When you think of talking to friends or acquaintances about Jesus and faith, do you feel burdened by the fear of not having the “right” answers to the questions people may have?
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New Year, New You!

By: yesHeis

Here we are, at the start of a brand new decade! Many of us would be thinking about our New Year’s resolutions and how we want to grow this year.
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Do People Matter?

By: yesHeis

I recently sat and watched the sunset over the roofline of my neighbourhood, the repeated brick and mortar jungle I live within.
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3 Reasons to Buy Coffee for Strangers

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Apple, Starbucks and Harley Davidson, each have done everything they can to understand the wants and needs of their customers, while delivering solutions to those needs at interactive and human levels.
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We Are God’s Masterpiece — Shradha’s Story

By: yesHeis

Shradha is one of the coolest people we’ve ever met.
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3 Ways to Open the Door to Conversation

By: yesHeis

Let’s be honest, we’ve all had that awkward moment… You feel a really witty comment jump out of your mouth, you expect it to fly through the air to the sound of laughter, instead, it crashes and burns in silence. It didn’t hit the comedic mark…
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