Connecting With Other Christians Online

 

If You Feel Shaky, Then Connect With Others

In case you’re not sure what the Heartfully Heather blog is all about, then let me start off the bat by saying, it’s not all about me, but about all things “home” and “family” as well. In fact, you might even say it’s about you too, if you’re a dedicated Mom with an inspirational attitude. At this site, home is indeed where the heart is.

 

Staying Connected

For a good portion of my mothering years, I felt alone and like the only ones I had to talk to were children. I needed a community of people who understood me. If that’s what you’re looking for, being connected with others, then I can’t think of a better way of doing it than with online Christian communities such as Courageous Women Ministries. You’ll never feel alone, or really have a chance to be alone, as everyone connects to each other and helps one another stay connected to the Divine Connector–the Holy Spirit!

There are not too many people who can say that these are not turbulent and tumultuous times. Nothing is certain, and only our close faith-based relationships count. To this end are these online fellowship ministries dedicated.

Staying Connected: How It’s Done

Actually, anyone can do it. By going to regularly scheduled coffee or tea parties, attending special Christian speaking engagements and other events where people are helped in their common everyday needs, we can help forge and maintain a bridge to one another that pleases our Heavenly Father.

Yes, these are tumultuous times, and they seem to grow darker and more shaky each moment. Fortunately, God has made a support ministry, and many others like it, that will offer us an anchor through whatever storms may come our way. With many online ministries already now in existence, visit them at their ministry website now, and discover how you can stay connected in today’s world–as you help not only others, but yourself. Check them all out today, and see which is a right fit for you!

About Heather Jones

I'm a coffee addict wife, "work at home mom", mother to two boys, blogging about the latest life hacks, recipes, DIY Projects and crazy "momisodes". I've recently moved domains, I used to blog at mommyonlyhas2hands.org, but our new home is right here on heartfullyheather.com

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Heather Jones

I'm a coffee addict wife, "work at home mom", mother to two boys, blogging about the latest life hacks, recipes, DIY Projects and crazy "momisodes". I've recently moved domains, I used to blog at mommyonlyhas2hands.org, but our new home is right here on heartfullyheather.com

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