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Psalm 86:9 “All nations whom You have made shall come and worship before you, O Lord. And they shall glorify your name.”


Yesterday my colleague sent me an announcement that Glorify, an app that helps Christians strengthen their daily connection with God, recently announced a $40M Series B led by Softbank Latin America Fund. This comes just a few months after the announcement of a $40M Series A led by Andreessen Horowitz in December. The company’s backers also include a long list of celebrities such as Kris Jenner, Jason Derulo and Michael Bublé.


The company was started in 2020, and check out how far they’ve come in a couple years.


“Glorify currently serves over 2.2M users, who spend over 204M minutes of meditation and prayer daily on the platform. With over 20M Daily Worships completed, the app has also amassed 300,000 reviews, with users stating that the app helps them take the time to reconnect with their spirituality and has changed their daily routines for the better.”


I’m really encouraged at their progress. 2.5 billion people around the world believe in Jesus. It’s a really big market, and it hasn’t always had the strongest products serving it. I’m praying for Glorify to bring more of God’s glory to the nations. I’m also praying for more great companies who leverage tech and media to bring billions into a more intimate love relationship with the big guy upstairs.


Lord, thank you for inspiration. I pray that you bless Ed, Henry and the Glorify team as they build for a better world, and a body of believers yearning for more of your presence. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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