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Life In The Cracks

By David Burke & Luke McClain

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As humans, we struggle. We hurt. We fail. We crack. We miss the mark in life. But, we are not defined by these cracks. What defines us is the hope, healing, and growth we experience from the cracks in our lives. This podcast exists to share stories of hope, healing, and growth from the cracks of life.

Customer Reviews

Real, honest, raw and powerful!

I just listened to the first few episodes, and I'm already hooked. I just love the real conversations, the laughter, the true struggles, and just the realness of it all. There is no pretentiousness, and David and Luke are genuine, curious and engaging. I love how the episodes aren't "canned", these are real conversations. Deep and powerful, there is a honesty and authenticity in this podcast that is missing in many others, and I am a new fan! Great job!

Genuine, moving, inspirational and enthralling

This is truly an authentic and inspiring conversation-based podcast that is wonderful for believers and non-believers alike. Nothing connects us as humans more than life experiences and this podcasts takes a headline dive into the proverbial deep end of life’s stories. Do yourself a favor and listen to these guys!

Real Connwction Through Real Stories

Story telling has always been how people have connected and grown together. This connection through stories is something we seem to have lost in recent years and Luke and David are reclaiming it. Connecting to people through their stores and as Luke says "reciving silent permission" to also have and share our brokenness, brings back real connections and pushed us to develop those connections in our daily live. No matter if it's just the two of them or they have a deeply interesting conversation with someone else, the realness of this podcast is such a value in my day.

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