Be Open to Experience Beauty Today!


“At times when we may feel lost, empty or sad, beauty can restore us. Beauty gives a sense of meaning. It lifts us out of ourselves to find a place of inner peace and hope. Beauty is the antidote to despair.” Continue reading

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Happy Reading My Friend

Life is too Short Book Cover

Generosity of spirit is the surest sign of people captivated by the Gospel. You’ve seen them before. Their lives are a joyful sacrifice. They regularly forget their own needs. They live for others and give without counting the costs. They are the creative minority in our broken world who hold nothing back. To put it simply, we’d be lost without them.

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What Does it Look Like to be Fully Human and Fully Alive in a World Cloistered by the Corona Virus?

Matt Maher

How do we fuel hope in our hearts and believe that God is orchestrating a masterpiece — even through pain and confusion?Matt Maher joined Love Good on a podcast to chat about his new album “Alive and Breathing” and to share his thoughts on the art of living in quarantine. FOLLOW The Love Good Podcast to catch the conversation.



Beautiful music, books, and art have always been some of the greatest expressions of culture throughout human history. When rooted in truth, they cultivate virtue and transform you to love what is good. Think of the first time you saw your favorite band live or read a book that changed your life. Good media builds good culture, and sadly your options today are often limited: 1) consume shallow entertainment that leaves you feeling empty or 2) settle for cliché alternatives that leave you wanting more.


Like you, we hate wasting time searching for good media. We also hate worrying about young people who are idly drifting and passively consuming whatever comes their way. We dream of a new mainstream where media is held to a higher standard – where beauty, truth, and goodness are the new normal. Imagine never again settling for less. Imagine investing in a generation of artists who give you hope for the future. Imagine standing on the front lines of a cultural revolution. That is the very reason we launched in the summer of 2013 with house concerts across America: to inspire you, the everyday consumer, to build a better culture. We have since grown into a global movement of artists, patrons, and young people all over the world.


From our curated playlists to our seasonal packages, Love Good promotes media that transforms you from a passive consumer into a cultural influencer. One of our founding patrons recently told her friends at a house concert: I’m not rich or royal, but by investing in Love Good, I’m a patron of the arts and a pioneer of better culture. You, too, can raise your standard for media and inspire young people to turn that standard into a way of life. Whether you’re simply listening to our weekly podcast or on the front lines of Love Good as a patron or apprentice, you are a part of this movement. It is an honor to accompany you as you change the world.
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Body Type: The Ultimate Guide

Body Types

Without judgment, look into the mirror. What do you see? Do you see long, lanky limbs? Wide hips and a bit of belly? A sporty, muscular body? Knowing where you fit in (or if a single body “type” doesn’t describe you) could help determine the best diet and exercise plan for you, some healthcare professionals argue. This is what’s called the body type diet. Continue reading

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The Isolation Ward


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Until a century or so ago, almost no one lived alone; now many endure shutdowns and lockdowns on their own. How did modern life get so lonely?

Solitude and seclusion are different from loneliness, a state of profound distress.

The female chimpanzee at the Philadelphia Zoological Garden died of complications from a cold early in the morning of December 27, 1878. “Miss Chimpanzee,” according to news reports, died “while receiving the attentions of her companion.” Both she and that companion, a four-year-old male, had been born near the Gabon River, in West Africa; they had arrived in Philadelphia in April, together. “These Apes can be captured only when young,” the zoo superintendent, Arthur E. Brown, explained, and they are generally taken only one or two at a time. In the wild, “they live together in small bands of half a dozen and build platforms among the branches, out of boughs and leaves, on which they sleep.” But in Philadelphia, in the monkey house, where it was just the two of them, they had become “accustomed to sleep at night in each other’s arms on a blanket on the floor,” clutching each other, desperately, achingly, through the long, cold night. Continue reading

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How to Maintain Resilience in Difficult Times

Dr. Rick 2

Our world has sprung into action in response to the Corona Virus and it’s scary how much things can change, and how quickly. It is completely legitimate to be afraid in the face of uncertainty, news reports, and a world that seems to be devolving rapidly into chaos. Continue reading

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What Is Collagen? Health Benefits, Food Sources, Supplements, Types, and More

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Collagen is one of the latest buzzwords in health. It’s hard to escape a grocery store without seeing tubs of powdered collagen or browse in a drugstore without noticing creams that claim they’ll boost collagen to keep you looking young for decades to come. But how important is it for your health, really? Here’s a look at this popular protein and a scientific analysis of whether a collagen boost is worth the investment, provided by Everyday Health. Continue reading

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