Most well known as being a part of the family at xxxchurch.com, HEARTSUPPORT.COM was recently given a makeover by well known front man Jacob Luhrs, his wife Kris and a few close friends acting as bloggers and accountability partners to those in need. The site itself is a welcoming haven for those who wish to be heard and, in turn, inspire others to speak out. Luhrs and company provide insightful and honest blogs and resources ranging from overcoming addiction to truly valuing the relationships in your life. Topics run the whole gamut of issues dealt with by each and every one of us. HEARTSUPPORT.COM is a safe place run by people to care enough to share their lives in order to help others with theirs.

Head of Heartsupport.com Jacob Luhrs had this to say about the collaboration:

“Teaming up with Veil Arms has been a blessing! Not only are they great people and personally run Heart Supports merch store but their message of hope and love is amazing! The fact that they would start a campaign such as this one is commendable and we are thankful for being apart of it! Thanks for all of the support and when you wear this Heart Support T designed by Veil Arms it’s truly wearing your heart on your sleeve. A message of overcoming struggles and fighting the good fight! One of encouragement, hope, and restoration! Heart Support is for everyone, and through fellowship we take a step in the right direction to reclaim your life, to restore your spirit and rise above all that stands in your way of living the dream and life you were created to live! God is good and we are thankful to be blessed with the opportunity to share our hearts on heartsupport.com. Thanks for being apart of the community and supporting this Campaign! God Bless you!”

Please visit www.heartsupport.com to learn more.

The Veil Arms/Heartsupport collaborative tee is on sale now here with all proceeds going to benefit HEARTSUPPORT.COM






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