Connect, encourage and initiate your care for others using Inhearten.

It Starts With People of Faith

Despite our imperfections, we, as people of faith, have a special gift – a Savior who forgives our mistakes, fills our hearts with love and empathy, and directs us via the Word to a better life. We’re also encouraged to share this transformative experience with others we know.

However, in our busy and often chaotic world, doing so can be difficult. Inhearten's personal video message tool makes it easy to do what our Savior asks of us.

How does Inhearten work?

- Download the Inhearten app to your phone.

- Take a minute to get quiet, focus your intention of care for another, ask God to bless both your message and the person receiving it.

- Create an Inhearten video message, and send it instantly from the Inhearten app.

Do my friends need the app to recieve an Inhearten?

No. just enter their cell phone number or email address, and your Inhearten video will be received by them from our secure, private network via programs that already exist on their device.

Is Inhearten easy to use?

Open the Inhearten app, press record, create an encouraging video, then hit send. It's as simple as sending an email or text message.

You can even practice creating Inhearten videos on your own before you send one.

Privacy is Paramount

The Inhearten video service is a private means of communication. Unlike social media platforms, where messages are often subjected to scrutiny and monetization, Inhearten has taken significant measures to safeguard all data on its private network.

All phone numbers and email addresses are securely encrypted and never shared with any third parties, ever. Additionally, the creation of your Inhearten video remains private until it is delivered to the intended recipient.

The Inhearten Chain of Encouragement

FREE - Limited Time Offer

Soon, anyone can use our current version of Inhearten at no charge for sending Inhearten video greetings to friends in the following categories:

- Any military personell -- Either current or served previously.
- Any hurting person -- Hospitalized, sickness, loss, sadness, alone, etc.
- Any immediate family -- Brother, sister, mom, dad, children, grandma, etc.

For all other general use, our public release version will be available in the 4th quarter of 2024.

A new way for people of faith to encourage others

Person holding a mobile phone with the Inhearten app

When Joyce Hall created the family business of Hallmark Greeting Cards in 1910, few people even knew what a greeting card was. Today, Americans purchase over 6 billion greeting cards every year.

Like that humble beginning, Inhearten represents a new way to send encouragement, care, and prayer to our friends and loved ones. With a little practice, this approach will be as common as sending a birthday card in the mail.