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Welcome to iFuse.com, your home away from home for young adults looking to learn more about their faith. Whether you go to a youth group, college group, young adult group, or none of the above, let iFuse.com be your online version on a global scale. 

Whether you're a fan of his Hungry Planet books or just need a place where someone will listen to your questions about faith, consider friending iFuse.com's resident Online Pastor to Young Adults, Michael DiMarco

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What a new-do can really do :)

Posted by Jasmine Howard on March 22, 2015 at 4:03pm 1 Comment

My hair is cropped into a pixie cut, and is red with dark roots. I hadn't had much done to it since my last trip to the salon for the second time in my life in January. I'd been praying for a hair style as hard as i have a decent job these days. Thank God for older siblings :), my sister called me Friday night, asking me if I wouldn't mind watching my niece and nephew for the weekend. Allow me to illustrate how strange blessings work and how wonderful they can be. So the night I packed for my sister's house, she picked me up and watched the kids while she went out to pick up things. The following morning i woke up to her working out in the make shift gym she made out of my nephews room to be. We talked about our daily work out routines and goals like two fitness junkies we are and then the subject of hair came about....i am not always the most direct of people, mostly because i dislike being…


Songs of my past

Posted by Jasmine Howard on March 13, 2015 at 1:02am 1 Comment

Songs hold memories my dear bloggers and bloggets, of people, of things, of places or even of smells, tastes and feels....that's why these things are so important in our lives. We never know when or what will cause us to relive an experience......for me, smelling honey suckle takes me back to when I ventured down the old dirt path leading to my grandparents house in the morning to my bus stop heading to school and smelling a sweetness in the damp breeze from hidden flowers in the canopy overhead dripping in mildew.....the famous symphony "moonlight sonata".......a famous pop song "simple and clean. " , a beautiful gospel "only if God says yes", a old Classic "more than a feeling".....these songs carry moments in my life that I can picture over and over again like an old black and white film.....some wonderful, some happy, some very sad and painful... But it is a memory non the less...and memories were made to cherish what once was and may not ever be again.... Or at least I find… Continue

James Patterson, Danielle Steele, Starbucks, sunshine and almost everything I love

Posted by Jasmine Howard on March 12, 2015 at 8:47pm 1 Comment

As spring break for me is coming to a close, I'm taking some time to wind down. I walked around my little plaza, no more than a few miles from my house yesterday. Theres one of Tallahassees many fine libraries there, a nail shop, tax collector, YMCA, chinese restaraunt, karate building, and Starbucks. Outside the plaza (still in walking range) there's a Walgreen's, CVS, mcdonalds, subway, dollar store, dry cleaners, winndixie, tropical smoothie, and the Tallahassee mall!!! I adore this location....but I digress, didn't need to bore you with the primitive beauties of my whereabouts. I read and paroused through an exstinsive collection of books based on everything I am interested in, I checked out a book by James Patterson entitled "Suzanne"s Diary to Nicholas" it's a beautiful read (no spoilers), also Daniele Steele's "amazing grace" along with a few manga for light read., I stopped by Starbucks for a much needed refresher, I painted, bought some new makeup for the summer, and just… Continue

Beautiful Blessed Wednesday

Posted by Jasmine Howard on March 11, 2015 at 12:37pm 3 Comments

Hello fellow bloggers and bloggets :) <3, for all my college comrades, I hope you all are enjoying your spring break and for my antsy teens and babies I hope you are ready to enjoy yours :D. I am having an absolute wonderful time, I didn't go out of town this year but I'm learning to love my home :). Not only have I been job searching but really enjoying what Tallahassee has to offer, from it's extensive vintage shops to authentic cafes, museums and art!, Friday I went to Railroad square with my boyfriend Matt (Lorax), to "first Friday" an art festival that's hosted on the first Friday of every month there. It was wonderful, I always adore being able to appreciate the works of locals, its inspired me to keep my art and literature alive and maybe one day I'll have a booth with them :), one can dream. I am in Starbucks right now, enjoying a deserved refresher, and giving James Patterson a…


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