How to Hear a Heart Drop: 5 Days of Listening Between the Lines


HEART DROP: When a person, either directly or in a cryptic way, gives you a peek into their heart. It may be through actual words, or you may pick up on a feeling, perhaps sadness or loneliness. It could even be a simple preference or “like” of theirs, such as their most-loved high-maintenance coffee drink or a favorite sports team. Or maybe you sense anxiousness or worry in the tone of their voice when they bring up an upcoming medical test or job interview.

When we hear a heart drop, we can brush it aside and go on our busy way. Or, we can respond with an act of kindness. It may be words of reassurance, a clever small gift, an act of service, or gift of your time.

Hearing a heart drop is an art we can intentionally cultivate–a sort of listening between the lines. It can lead to the most wonderful times of encouragement as we make it our habit to listen and to love.

If you’d like to learn to hear a heart drop and then respond with an act of kindness, sign up for this free challenge. It will be delivered to your email box for five days in a row, beginning the day you sign up. These short video messages are full of biblical inspiration and practical ideas for reaching out to others with the love of Christ–family members, friends, coworkers, the lonely and grieving, the necessary people who help you get life done–even the oh-so-hard-to-love!

Come join us as we spend the next five days listening and loving, scattering kindness to those with whom our lives naturally intersect.

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