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Broken and Glowing is a Christ-focused Blog on exploring heavy music, alternative writing, and real people. It is about finding God in a secular world. It is about finding God in all the dark cracks and crevices where previously never thought possible. Here, you will not find CD reviews, but you might find a deep and personal interview with someone who has seen the worst, been to the darkest place, and come back to tell about it. You might discover a way to reach Jesus that might have previously been unseen. This is about discovery.

My name is Loren Wade. I founded this blog in February, 2009. The purpose of Broken and Glowing is to reach people, to help people, and to show them the love of our Savior: Jesus Christ. Though I’m not the best reflection of the example Christ left us, my prayer is to change that with this blog. Not just for me, but for all of us. I will be sharing my thoughts, reflections, and laments. Also, I plan to have many guest writers, including pastors, friends, and maybe you, if you feel inclined to tell your story, here.

If you’re not a follower of Christ and you’re testing the tires, this place is for you. If you’re Christian and you’re exploring new opportunities, this is also for you. Nothing on Broken and Glowing will ever be written to offend, but at the same time nothing will ever be sugar coated. It’s raw, it’s real, and it’s powerful. But most of all, it’s the truth.

One Comment

  1. Dad
    Posted February 12, 2009 at 1:25 PM | Permalink

    Your outreach of music isn’t all my type, but I understand your love for christ. That’s what counts. If anyone is even a hence if interested in knowing christ. Use the challenge others do. Listen and only listen to christian music for 30 days, and that alone will give you the taste coming back over and over again.
    I will leave you with this:
    Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and not lean to your own understanding; in all ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.
    Proverbs 3: 5-6


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