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Welcome to iFuse

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

Use iFuse to ask questions or just share about what you're living through and what God is doing in your life.

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P.S. - For all the ladies, visit the brand new godgirl.com for deepening your spiritual journey and mentoring from the one-and-only Hayley DiMarco! 

Are you dead yet?

Check out the trailer for bestselling authors Michael and Hayley DiMarco's new book, Die Young.

Michael's Blog

My Dad is Dead


This is from my book God Guy. Girls might get something out of it too. :)


My dad is dead. He died the year before I met my wife, Hayley, so they never met and she and my daughter will never know him except…

Jesus in every book of the Bible

Did you know the Bible is the story of Jesus? Not just in the New Testament either. An eleven year old gives evidence that he can find Jesus in every book of the…

Hayley's Blog

Confessions of a Bad Apologizer


An apology is a beautiful thing, especially when it’s given to me. But ask me to apologize and I’m just sorry you’re such a sensitive person that what happened hurt you. And I’m sorry you think I did something wrong. My apology is all about you, not about me, because frankly, I…

Blog Posts

Source Notes: A Wise Heart

Posted by Haven Van Brunt on March 3, 2015 at 11:16am 0 Comments

These are notes from my youth group, Source, about having a wise heart that I wanted to share with people.

Wis Dumb: A Wise Heart

Main Verse: Proverbs 4:23- Guard your heart more than anything else, because the source of your life flows from it.

Main Point: Guarding your heart.

1st Question: Why should you guard your heart?

Answers to question 1:…



Posted by Haven Van Brunt on March 3, 2015 at 11:15am 0 Comments

If you read my last blog, you can see I judged Rebecca by her actions and didn't look at the heart. To be honest I have a problem with judging people, though mostly by actions. I don't like judging people, but it is part of my personality and character. Does anyone have any advice on how to stop and remember to look at the heart? Thanks, God bless.

The Dress that could cause World War III

Posted by Jasmine Howard on February 27, 2015 at 10:28pm 0 Comments

Okay, it's 11:02 pm as I am typing this.....this blog Is to call attention to a rather humerous and sad media out cry..... Over a dress.....yes, a freaking dress. I'd heard it first at school, a group of friends were trying to figure out the color of a dress online, word had it that it was blue and black, then there were others claiming it to be white...... I didn't realize how dramatically huge this was until I saw it all over CNN! That's WORLD news people, my facebook feed is loaded with this stuff (aside from the release of mac cosmetics new cinderella line)......I am absolutely dumbfounded by this, that the color of a dress has more popularity than any other topic on the web.

My point is this, we determine the importance of things based on popular vote no matter how trivial or meaningless. The power of influence the media has is scary, just think.....this topic Is nicknamed by some "the dress that melted the internet." meanwhile leanord nemoy , the original spok of star trek… Continue

Home made is Best Made and Vintage is Victorious

Posted by Jasmine Howard on February 26, 2015 at 2:15pm 1 Comment

Hi fellow bloggers! I missed you all :), I've been awfully busy with schooling and looking for a job so please pardon my absence. So this post to express my new found love of home made crafts and objects. It began when a friend of mine told me about a project her and her sister were working on, they were making soap!, I was very curious about it but she didn't share a lot of info about it (sisterly secrets). I got to see the finished products and smell it, they made lotion, deodorant, and even a body scrub! i had never heard of anyone making these things at home and I was very intrigued, my friend had bought all her ingredients from the "New Leaf" organic store here in Tallahassee, I went with her to finish grocery shopping, and ended up with two carts of berries, some organic whip cream and.........two bars of soap made locally! I am not a fan of bar soap but this stuff is amazing. I was so…


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