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Heather Hart

It's okay to be a Mary in a world full of Martha's

It’s Okay To Be Mary In A World Full Of Martha’s

Cleaning house is not my forte. It never has been. I have friends who are household rock stars. They are the perfect embodiment of the Proverbs 31 woman. But I am not that woman. Back when I was a single mom with just one…

July 30, 2018
Praying together

How To Form Your Own Prayer Circle (& why you should)

I truly believe that there is power in prayer. And I believe that prayer is multiplied when Christians come together to pray. The book of Matthew records Jesus saying, “If two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done…

July 26, 2018
Mom Guilt and Jesus

To The Worn Out Momma: Mom Guilt & Jesus

I am exhausted. It doesn’t matter how much sleep I get, it seems like I’m always tired. I’m sure it has something to do with being a mom. It’s summer time, so my kids are home all day and they have endless amounts of…

July 12, 2018
Faith, Fat, & Fitness

Faith, Fat, & Fitness

I have gained seventy pounds since my 30th birthday. Seventy. Pounds. That doubled my pants size. Literally. After the first thirty or forty pounds, my doctor assured me it was normal for women in their thirties. Not that that made me feel any better.…

June 28, 2018
I Still Struggle

Seasons May Change But These Two Things Stay The Same

I have been looking back through the blog posts and devotions I have written over the years, and I am amazed at how much has changed. The struggles I went through, the verses that encouraged me, how Jesus was with me through each moment… all of…

June 14, 2018
Going back to the beginning with Jesus

Back to the Beginning with Jesus

I grew up in the church. I fell in love with Jesus the summer before I started high school, and I was baptized two days after my 20th birthday. But life isn’t easy. One of my favorite Scriptures is Psalm 118:17 where it says,…

May 31, 2018
Getting stuck in Leviticus

When You Get Stuck In Leviticus

My mom inspires me. She’s one of those women who reads the Bible from cover to cover every year. She enthusiastically reads in the morning when she wakes up and in the evening before she goes to bed. I would love to be that…

May 17, 2018
How To Count Your Blessings When Things Go Wrong

How To Count Your Blessings When Things Go Wrong

My daughter has a concussion. She was helping pick up balls at her sister’s softball practice on Monday when her head and a bat accidentally collided. It could have been worse, but it wasn’t. However, she does have several restrictions on what she can…

April 26, 2018

Hope For When You Feel Emotionally Alone

Do you ever feel like you have no one to talk to? Like no one could possibly understand what you are going through or how you are feeling? That’s where I’ve been this week. There are things going on that I simply can’t discuss…

March 29, 2018
I can do all things through Christ... well, almost...

My Bravery (& Faith) Came To A Breathtaking Stop

I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength… all things except kill a rattlesnake. However, if I’m honest, I probably could have killed that snake if I had really needed to. Or if I would have stopped long enough to pray…

March 26, 2018
Growing my trust in God - when life was beyond my control

Growing My Trust in God When Life Was Beyond My Control

I remember driving through the mountains with my husband in the middle of a blizzard. Okay, it wasn’t really a blizzard, and I wasn’t really driving, but it sure seemed like a blizzard from where I sat in the passenger seat. It was snowing…

February 26, 2018
Hope for When You Feel Like Giving Up On Life

Hope For When You Feel Like Giving Up On Life

I was ready to give up. My head hurts so bad. I started counting the cost. Not just the cost, but the worth. I begged the hospital staff to let me go because my family needed me. But then I got home and my…

February 15, 2018
Parenting styles, childhood memories, and Jesus

A Little Something Jesus Taught Me About Parenting

I was the only mom at the pool that day. As I sat there with sweat rolling down my back, perched at the picnic table in the shade, laptop out, I thought about the differences between my childhood and that of my children. I…

February 1, 2018

The Unexpected Power of Prayer (& my bitter heart)

“Pray for us?” She asked so expectantly, detailing a little bit of what was going on in their lives. She said she asked because she knew I would. And she was right, but I still felt a little bit miffed. This was like the…

January 18, 2018
I don't need a miracle, just give me Jesus

Seriously, I Don’t Need A Miracle, I Just Need Jesus

I have been suffering these migraines for over six months now, and it’s rough. There are days when I can barely get out of bed. I know my children are feeling the strain. They are worried about their mom. Over the last six months…

January 4, 2018
Praying for Answers

Finding My Answers In Jesus

This past summer was rough for me. Not just the normal summer struggles, but I spent a couple weeks in the hospital and the remainder of the summer recuperating. Just when I thought I was as good as new, I over did it and…

October 2, 2017