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Heather Hart Speaks at Upcoming Prayer Conference

After struggling with chronic pain for years, Heather Hart has learned how to cling to Jesus when the going gets tough. She says she would not have survived the past few years without her personal relationship with Jesus. Hart is a stay-at-home mom, internationally best-selling and award-winning author, and author coach/mentor.

In 2017, Heather came down with the worst migraine you can imagine, and it never went away. In the past three and a half years, she has only had one pain-free day. In her newly released book, Clinging to Jesus, Hart shares ten ways to pray and meditate on God’s Word when you’re in pain.

One early reviewer said, “As someone who deals with memory and cognitive issues, I felt [Clinging to Jesus] was very easy to read. But even more so, I was grateful for the grace and peace it gave me about my inability to remember Scriptures and their references, or even my own prayers. I’ve felt like such a failure in my own head but Clinging to Jesus helped me see that Jesus loves me for who I am, and there is no condemnation for what I’m not.” 

Heather is scheduled to speak on the topic at the first ever online prayer conference hosted by Praying Christian Women. Her session is titled: Praying When it Hurts,” and she will be sharing how to cling to Jesus when you’re in pain. Other speakers include Alana Terry, LaToya Edwards, Arabah Joy, and Brittany Ann.

You can learn more about Heather and her migraine journey, as well as sign up to attend the conference for free, by visiting The conference runs April 12th-14th and sessions will be available through the end of the conference so attendees can tune in as they are able.

Published by Heather Hart

Heather Hart is an internationally best-selling and award-winning author, and member of the Association of Biblical Counselors. God has given her a heart for ministering to women of all ages; helping them grow in their walk with Christ. Her goal isn’t to tell others how to do more, be better, or achieve perfection, it’s to point them to Jesus.

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