Heather Riggleman

Heather Riggleman

Living Bold Truths through Raw Faith.
When Love Smells Rotten
Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. - 1 Corinthians 13:7. One of the special ways Chris expresses his love for...
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Exhale: From Trauma to Transformation
The setting sun refracted light off the water like thousands of broken mirrors. There I stood and took in the view, including the angry pink of Chris’ surgery scar, and I felt a gentle leaning into my soul. It was God and he was whispering. “It’s okay Heather. You do not have to be afraid anymore. It’s okay to let go. I’ve got this moment. I’ve got him and I have you.”
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7 Beautiful Things About Boring Marriages
Boring is beautiful. Boring is ordinary. While my husband hasn’t chased me down in an airport to profess his undying love for me or shown up at my door in a limo prepared to fly me away from reality, he has walked with me hand in hand thousands of times around the sun. He’s gone to Wal-Mart at Mid-night for milk. He’s helped clean up puke and put money into savings instead towards his dream boat.
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The Roots of All Goodness Lie In Risk Taking
You are never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream. – C.S. Lewis I’m a serial killer of sorts. Mainly plants,...
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