Be encouraged. Be healed. Be renewed.
Michelle Marie Hernandez
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Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.
2 Corinthians 4:16 (NIV)
Recent Articles on Healing
Abiding When Cold Fronts Stir Up Allergies
Do weather changes ever trigger allergies that slow you down? I often deal with allergy symptoms following cold fronts in the winter. In "Cold Fronts Can Bring on My Allergy Symptoms," I share how I managed to still study, teach, write, and travel with severe sinus...
Getting Outside Through Images and Words
Images and words are powerful. Both help me get outside when environmental allergies keep me inside. For example, a scenic drive and a good book enabled me to enjoy a trip to the park with my family even when tree pollen abounded. The full story is available to read...
What’s Spoiling My Food
Food allergies can make eating tough at times. So can other things like spoiled food, distractions, mistakes, and inclement weather. In my latest article, I share how I experienced all of these challenges in just one week! You can read the full article, "More Than...
Janice Thompson Shares About Baking with Food Allergies
My friend Janice, an author and baker, is allergic to pumpkin and ginger among other foods. I asked Janice how these food allergies have impacted her baking endeavors. She shared some insightful stories and tips from her journey in "Baking with Food Allergies:...
Using Teal Pumpkin Décor to Support People with Food Allergies
I love so much about fall: autumn spices, cooler weather, pumpkins, and unique colors, including teal. Teal pumpkins have been part of my fall décor for almost a decade now. But they signify more than my liking for this season. Read how teal pumpkins show my support...
Staying United When Allergies Impact Your Marriage
I thought I had ruined a romantic moment recently when my husband asked if he could light a candle while I was cooking breakfast. I quickly said, "I am allergic to soy, and most candles irritate my throat and make me cough." You can read what happened next in my...
History of Abiding Communications
For 13 years, I have been doing business as Abiding Communications. Abiding Communications represents more than a business name. These visionary words stem from the truth Jesus spoke in John 15:5 (NKJV) of the Bible: “I am the vine, you are the branches. He who abides...
Enjoying Rich Treats Despite Allergies
Because of food allergies, I can't eat some of the special foods my family does. But I have found ways we can enjoy rich treats together despite my limitations. I share one of our memorable experiences in my article, "Food Allergies: Making Memories Out of Macarons,"...
Traveling with Allergies
Allergies can make traveling more challenging — and more interesting. I have food and environmental allergies, but I don't let that stop me from taking trips. I prepare in advance and stay flexible along the way. To read more about what I take into account when...
Speaking About Allergies
I didn't know much about food allergies until that became a diagnosis for me at the age of 30. My knowledge then grew considerably from personal experience, research, and participation in awareness activities. Without really intending to, I eventually started...