Heart of My Heart

365 Reflections on the Magnitude and Meaning of Motherhood A Devotional


By Kristin Armstrong

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Whether God is using Kristin to raise children or the children to grow Kristin, He is present in every moment and every page. This warm, real, and insightful devotional celebrates the journey of growth mothers take with their children. Since their births, Kristin realized she has “discovered more about myself and my God in the pursuit of discovering my children.” Each entry in this 365-day devotional contains a Bible verse and a personal reflection from Kristin. It is on this intimate, daily walk that mothers can gain the courage to rely on God and emerge as a better woman.


  • "Happily Ever After is a profoundly honest and intensely personal reflection."
    Tammy Maltby, cohost of four-time Emmy-nominated Aspiring Women and author of Confessions of a Good Christian Girl and Lifegiving
  • "Encouraging, honest, comforting, helpful. But most of all Happily Ever After draws you to the One who can give what others cannot. What a welcome resource to help give stability and peace."
    H. Norman Wright, licensed marriage therapist and award-winning and bestselling author of more than seventy books
  • "Kristin Armstrong has walked the broken road where heartache intersects with grace. Her life lessons can benefit all of us."
    Karen Kingsbury, New York Times bestselling author of This Side of Heaven

On Sale
Apr 9, 2010
Page Count
384 pages

Kristin Armstrong

About the Author

Kristin Armstrong is a mother of three, a runner, a writer, and a speaker. She is the author of Happily Ever After, Strength for the Climb, Work in Progress, Heart of my Heart, and Mile Markers: The 26.2 Most Important Reasons Why Women Run. She is a contributing editor for Runner’s World magazine and writes a monthly column for Tribeza. Her work has also appeared in USA Today, O, The Oprah Magazine, Parent: Wise Austin, and Glamour. Kristin lives in Austin, Texas and Santa Barbara, California with her family.

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