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Be encouraged. Be healed. Be renewed.

Michelle Marie Hernandez

michelle marie hernandez

Are you weary from struggling with the disappointment and pain that accompany autoimmune conditions? Do you need comfort, healing, and refreshment? If so, you have come to the right place.

My prayer is that you will find hope and healing through the words I share. May you gain wisdom to guide you on your path. And may courage and strength fill you, so you can keep going. 

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Michelle speaks to business and ministry leaders, students, women, and writers. She adapts her messages to meet the needs of each particular audience. Michelle has reached thousands through classes, conferences, meetings, workshops, and worship services.

 

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

Trusting God in the Change

The loud, grating noise outside drew my focus from the task at hand. Someone was trimming the trees behind the brick wall at the edge of our property. The job took only a few minutes, and then all was quiet again. But things were not the same. I stared in shock and...

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Can I Handle This?

From time to time, we all experience anxiety marked by doubt, fear, or nervousness about something that may or may not happen in the future. This natural reaction is common when entering a different season in life (e.g., college, marriage, parenthood, etc.), starting...

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When the Pain Goes Away

“When will the pain go away?” The orthopedic surgeon had probably heard my question from each of his patients. He spoke confidently from experience. “One year.” February 19, 2016, marked one year from the day I fell at home and broke my right wrist. I felt...

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Living with an Autoimmune Condition

Have you ever heard of someone struggling with an illness? Personally, I consider myself living with an autoimmune condition, rather than struggling with it. I, along with 23.5 million other Americans, face the following common challenges of living with an autoimmune...

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How Silence Comforts

The title of my friend’s book intrigued me: His Comfort of Silence. After all, I had journeyed from a place of silence to one where I use my recovered voice for professional writing and speaking. I wondered how silence could comfort and was delighted that Eriko Nancy...

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Brokenness Isn’t All Bad

“Oh no…the wedding!” The words came out as quickly as I had I fallen on the tile floor in my home. What good could come from a bride breaking her wrist ten days before her wedding? Many assured me that everything would be okay—and they were right. I walked down the...

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Understanding the Purpose of Our Pain

Sometimes God reveals the purpose of our pain in what seems to us like expected places. However, those places are not surprises to God. He in fact directs us to certain locations at specific times because He knows where we have been. Although I recently planned a...

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Helping Hospitalized Patients and Their Families

Until last month, I had never stayed overnight in a hospital. I had spent plenty of time in hospitals both as an outpatient and as an employee. Staying with a loved one who was recently admitted to a hospital more than 25 miles from their home gave me new insight on...

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Tending to Our Spirit During Sickness

A chronic, life-threatening, or major illness affects our soul and spirit as well as our physical body. We may experience a myriad of emotions, struggle to make the right decisions, and think more about what the future holds. Tending to the health of each part of us...

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Seeing God and Others for Who They Are

We often form opinions based on what we hear. Unfortunately, what we hear is not always true. Our opinions or judgments, whether right or wrong, still influence our behavior—but all of that can change. I shied away from police officers in my early years, because I had...

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