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Sunday, January 16, 2011
I started up a worship blog last year, but had to abandon it for lack of time. Well, I’m back to worship blogging again. If you have any interest click on over and can check it out. I’ve also added a link on the right sidebar that shows my latest post.
While doing some worship-related surfing I discovered a website that was started by Nathan Fray and his bride of three months, Brittany. Nathan is the drummer from an amazing worship band called United Pursuit. (You can also check out more about United Pursuit’s latest project, “Found,” on my worship blog.)
The purpose of the website Love is Here is to answer the question, “Can love last?” Here’s a short promo.
There isn’t anything on the site that is overtly Christian, but the idea of fostering lasting love in marriage is something I think God is all about. Here is a short list of their core goals.
- Reviving love
- Making relationships stronger
- Finding and protecting true love
- Seeing commitment last
- Rediscovering the essence and joy of marriage
- Bonding families together to love and last a lifetime
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