Not too long ago we all experienced what is customarily known as Ground Hog Day. This tradition finds its beginnings in the ancient Christian tradition of Candlemas, which is when ministers would bless and distribute candles that were needed for the winter months. The flicker of the candle denoted how long the cold months would last. That tradition made its way into American history on February 2, 1887, in the Keystone State of Pennsylvania.

We even have a syndrome based off of this unique day, and this past year has made that syndrome valid for a lot more people. Groundhog Day Syndrome is the feeling that a person is reliving the same day over and over again.

Do you ever just feel like you get stuck going through the repetitive daily routines? Wake up, coffee, do your work, get on Zoom, eat, go to bed . . . repeat.

Many do . . .

We want to do all we can to help change that. Imagine having daily encouragement and inspiration from ALL OVER THE WORLD and right in the palm of your hands. As a ministry, we just launched In•Sight, an innovatively simple app that will connect you to the prayers, devotional insights, and videos from influential, indigenous leaders from all around the globe.

We believe that going through the motions just changed . . .

There are dozens of reasons that we think this new, free resource will bless you and help break through some of the mundane, but I just want to give you THREE!


With over 125,000+ Haggai leaders around the world, we wanted to tap into the sights, sounds, and words of these strategically positioned leaders. Within the app, we have an entire library application that premiers the video stories of these world changers who take you right to the global frontlines in the fight to end Gospel poverty.


These global difference makers are some of the wisest and most Godly people on the planet, therefore we built the app to feature a daily devotional from a different leader each day of the week. This gives the opportunity to learn from leaders of different nations and unique cultures with one truth in mind, the Word of God.


One pastor said it this way … “Want a nail to go in a board? Hammer it. Want to see God move? Pray. He has ordained that nails move by hammers, and He moves by prayer.” Bottom line, with you, we want to end Gospel poverty. And getting behind these strategically positioned leaders through prayer is one of the most powerful and consistent ways we can be a part of this incredible movement. Within each devotional, we deliver a prayer request from one leader each day.


Together, we can end Gospel poverty,

Dustin Willis
Chief Marketing Officer