Hannah Jessen Conway
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Hannah Jessen Conway lives to write, whether it’s a blog about what God’s been teaching her, a fundraising appeal for her nonprofit clients, or a bedtime story for her son. She's a wife to her college sweetheart, boy mama of one (with another on the way!), and Tar Heel fanatic.

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  1. Good morning, I was encouraged and inspired to know God has us in both the highs and lows and we can go through both at the same time. Because he has us and he will give us joy on the mountaintop, and strength to go through the valley.

  2. So very true pointing to the awesomeness of God! Thanks for sharing, Hannah! Blessings! (((0)))

  3. What an EXCELLENT post Hannah!!
    Thank you for all those essential reminders. THIS IS A KEEPER! …. so that it jt may encourage others when they need to be.
    Blessings & Merry Christmas

  4. As God’s hands and feet, we “rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep” -Romans 12:15, and sometimes we are doing this at the same time with the people in our lives.

  5. Thank you so much for this encouraging post. It’s a good reminder for those of us that are finding ourselves in high and low moments the Christmas Season. I pray for all those struggling to find Joy this Christmas, you are not alone, God knows your heart. I am grieving my Mom who has dementia. She has a loving sprit, a smile on her face, yet so much is gone now. I am Blessed to be able to spend time with her, yet I miss all the wonderful times we shared.

  6. Thank you, Hannah for these encouraging words! Our family needs this this Christmas. Mark’s family is feeling the loss of their dad. I shared with them.

  7. Hannah,

    Jesus is well acquainted with mountain tops & valleys. Right after He was baptized the spirit sent Him to wilderness to be tempted. Mountain tops help us experience Gods goodness & blessings. Valleys often push us towards Jesus for hope & trust. He intertwines them in our lives to make us realize the He is with us always.

    Blessings 🙂