Under Attack

Do you find yourself experiencing unexplainable otherworldly activity in your home or workplace? When we are in the middle of a battle or strange circumstance, we have to learn how to cope with that situation until it's been resolved. The following three truths helped me through tough moments.

My Heart’s Cry and Career Homemakers

Welcome to My Heart's Cry. I am pleased to have you here. Please make yourself comfortable and enjoy the edifying articles that will uplift your spirit. The articles mainly focus on prayer, which I believe is the most essential activity of the day. If you have any prayer requests, I would be honored to pray... Continue Reading →

Praying For a Friend Who’s Hurt You

Friends can hurt friends because they've been vulnerable with each other by sharing their deepest thoughts and insecurities. In the Bible, it says a friend sticks closer than a brother. When friends are that close, they are close enough to hurt each other. Sometimes this hurting is for our own good. They can see ways... Continue Reading →

Gloomy Room

A gloomy room has a dark, dismal feeling to it. You don't feel joyful, and even the air feels heavy. If you struggle with depression, being in that room makes you feel worse. Maybe you've had some sad moments, or it could be your secret place where you go to cry alone. For many, it's... Continue Reading →

Praying with Training Wheels

Many devotional books teach a Christian nugget of truth, share a couple of scriptures and end with a prayer. These books are certainly beneficial. For instance, they are helpful for the young, growing Christian to have examples of how mature Christians pray and process truths found in the Bible. Training Wheels But I wonder when... Continue Reading →

Discouragement

America be strong. Be brave. We are waking up to a new day of possibilities, where yesterday does not apply to tomorrow. Don't go backward. It's like returning to Egypt and to the slavery of the past. I want to point you to freedom once more. Have you gotten lost? Are you discouraged? Let me... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Air-travel

Did I forget Something? Before my trip, I was busy with activity trying to do laundry and gather belongings to take with me. My husband usually distracts me with suggestions while I'm doing all this, but this time he was silent. He is learning to just let me do my thing. He knows that I... Continue Reading →

Homeschooling: Without Regrets

Homeschooling is a big job. And if we do it k-12, then it's a long job. So how do you homeschool all these years without regrets? Our children's education is so important. We love our children so much. These things we keep close as we do our day to day homeschool schedules with our kids.... Continue Reading →

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