It all started with a group of lady friends gathered around a kitchen table, praying for one of them in a troubled marriage.
The marriage was healed!
And from that small beginning, in time, “Hidden Heart Ministry” was born! It was never intended to become a ministry, but that is the happy result! See www.hiddenheartministry.org. Their faith statement of purpose: “Hidden Heart Ministry – Inspiring and Empowering Women to Pursue Christ and His Best for Marriage!”
Now hear Hidden Heart Ministry leaders Karen Bacon and Joan Kehr tell their important story.
Hidden Heart Ministry is now inviting up to 240 of you ladies to a very nice breakfast in the Doubletree Hotel in West St. Louis County. The event date is Friday, Sept 14, 2018, 9:30 AM.
But participants must register for this inspirational free event by Tue, Sept 11. Learn more by clicking on www.hiddenheartministry.org/2018/09/01/were-having-a-party/#more-3769.
Somebody is spending thousands of dollars … so that any women can “get in on it” … up to a capacity of 240 … FREE!
(Reading this after the 2019 breakfast? Watch for the next one.)
And to hear radio done with Hidden Heart Ministry leaders of a few years ago, titled … “Karen Bacon & Mary Suzanne Crockett lead www.hiddenheartministry.org, adding happiness to marriages” … click on … http://haroldhendrick.com/2014/08/12/karen-bacon-mary-suzanne-crockett-lead-www-hiddenheartministry-org-adding-happiness-to-marriages.
In their earlier event some time ago, there was a nice racial mix. Hidden Heart Ministries are hoping for that again.
For instance, at the time of the recording, from the radio studio, we called Zina Hackworth, hoping she could help extend the invitation, especially to AA women. To hear some of Zina’s story, titled … “Zina Hackworth received Christ in her 8th-grade home room in a New York City Public School! WOW!” … click on … http://haroldhendrick.com/2018/08/06/zina-hackworth-received-christ-in-her-8th-grade-home-room-in-a-new-york-city-public-school-wow/ .
Again, important information is found at www.hiddenheartministry.com.