My Most Popular Blog Posts (okay & some of my favorites)

Heather Hart's Most Popular (and favorite) Blog Posts

I’ve written quite a few blog posts over the years. That happens when you’ve been blogging as long as I have. (Over a decade now). Obviously, I’ve grown a lot as a writer over that time. But I wanted to take a moment and share some of my most popular posts for Christian women all in one place. If you are looking for my most popular posts for readers, you can find them here. And you can find my posts for authors here.

My Most Popular Posts For Christian Women

Faith, Fat, & Fitness

I have gained a ton of weight since my 30th birthday and now I’m looking deeper into the relationship between faith and fitness. I have gotten some great feedback on this post from other women who are right where I am. If this is you, know you are not alone.

Read more in this post on Candidly Christian.

Let’s Be Real (We All Struggle With Something)

Can we be real for a moment? Everyone struggles with something. I know I do. I struggle with a lot. Let’s come along side one another and offer support instead of condemnation. Because we all struggle with something. Read more in this post.

Heather Hart's Most Popular (and favorite) Blog Posts

Whitewashed Christianity

I believe the message of Easter to the very core of my being, but sometimes life is hard. It weighs on me, and I let the stress of it pollute my soul. Sometimes I feel whitewashed. Can you relate? Read more in this post on Candidly Christian.

The Truth About My Life – Online & Off

I am an introvert. The fact of the matter is, it’s easier for me to make friends online, than it is in the real world. But here’s what it doesn’t mean…

Read the rest of this post on Candidly Christian.

Back To The Beginning With Jesus

When I have a bad day, I like to go back to the beginning with Jesus. Because Jesus changes everything.

Read more in this post.

You Are Not Alone… We All Struggle With Something

No matter what you are going through, you are not alone. That’s something we all need to hear from time to time.

Read more in this post on Candidly Christian.

Chronic Pain and Lukewarm Faith

This is a guest post I wrote for Chronically Hopeful that features “3 Steps to Rekindle Your Faith.” While I wrote it with people who suffered from chronic pain in mind, everyone seemed to love it. It was shared by multiple women the day it was published. So, you should definitly check it out here.

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A Few More Of My Favorite Posts

Gospel Moments

Have you ever wondered what the gospel looks like in real life? Sometimes it’s not pretty, but at the same time, it’s downright beautiful. That’s what I look at in this post.

Find this post on Candidly Christian

Gratitude Moments

This is one of my all-time favorite posts. I really don’t know how it did ranking wise, because it’s a guest post over on my friend Jessica’s site. But I highly recommend checking it out.

What are gratitude moments? I’ve learned that they are so much more effective than lists, at least for me. Read my post on Jessica’s website to learn more.

Find this post on Jessica’s site here.

Lazy Days

A good lazy day now and again is awesome. I had one earlier this month and it reminded me of a spiritual lesson we all need to know…

Finish reading this post on Susan B Mead’s site here.

This Christmas

Christmas is more than a season. In this post I share my hopes and dreams for the holiday season. They aren’t about ribbons and bows or even holiday cheer. But simply to remember the reason why Christmas came to be, and look forward to it with the anticipation of our coming Savior.

Click here to read this post right here on Books, Faith, & Coffee


Candid Conversations

If you like these posts, you’ll love Heather’s book, Candid Conversations. While each story shares a unique perspective, the prevailing theme is that we all struggle but there is hope to be found in Jesus.

Get your copy from Amazon or click here to learn more.