In last week’s post about teaching kids about money management and the difference between tithes and offerings, I asked if you would pray about being a ministry partner with Hearts at Home.
Hearts at Home is a non-profit ministry for moms. We depend upon the partnership of moms and dads just like you who believe in the mission, vision, and values of Hearts at Home.
Whether it’s $5, $10, $20, or $25 a month, every gift makes a difference for families all over the world. Just yesterday I received a Facebook message from a mom in Austria whose life has been changed by Hearts at Home. I love getting to hear these God stories!
Got 90 seconds? Check out this God story from Mindy (click on Mindy’s picture to watch the video:
You won’t hear us talk about money very often at Hearts at Home, but we can’t do this alone. You can partner with Hearts at Home at any time, but we’ll extend the invitation just twice a year on the blog–once in the Spring and once in the Fall.
In the next week we’re looking for 170 new ministry partners who will invest in a mom, influence a family, improve a community, and impact the world!
If you’re already a friend of Hearts at Home, thank you for your partnership! You are an important part of the Hearts at Home team!
If you haven’t ever considered being a ministry partner, would you do so today? Will you invest in an organization that invests in you? You’ll find all the info you need to do so here. (All donations are tax-deductible).
I’d love to hear your “changed my life, changed my perspective, changed my family” story today? Was there one blog post that has really challenged your thinking? One speaker at a Hearts at Home conference that changed your perspective? One Hearts at Home book you’ve read that’s impacted you? If you were just at the Minnesota conference last weekend, what was the biggest takeaway for you?
I can’t wait to hear your stories! I’ll also keep you updated over the next week on how we are doing meeting our goal!
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Here is some feedback from Facebook:
Heather: I’m calmer; I have more patience; I am better able to see what I am doing will “bear fruit” later; I am ENJOYING my role as a stay-at-home mom more than I ever did before I came to my first conference in 2010!
Sheena: Have learned the importance of sex in our marriage. The book “There Really is Sex After Kids” really made our marriage all that it could be 🙂